Tag Archives: PDB

FORMAT RELASE changes in #GoldenGate #12.3

This is just a quick note for those who are looking to using Oracle GoldenGate (Classic or Microservices) and want to send trails of a lower version. This information can be found in the Release Notes for Oracle GoldenGate (here). The default behavior for FORMAT RELEASE settings supported with EXTTRAIL, RMTTRAIL, EXTFILE and […]

Use a #db12c PDB for the #em12c OMR…Finally

In an earlier post, I mentioned that Oracle has finally, offcially supported the Oracle Management Repository (OMR) on Database 12c (  As I’ve been working on a DBaaS project, I built a new Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) enivornment to test out a few things.  Since I was rebuilding, I decided to try out the PDB […]

Configure #Oracle #GoldenGate #12c for testing between two or more #db12c PDBs.

Over the last few weeks I’ve been working and traveling a good bit.  Amongst all the travel I’ve been trying to get time to test a few things.  One test I wanted to get done was using Oracle GoldenGate 12c with Oracle Database 12c between Pluggable Databases (in the same instance).   As of today, I’ve […]

Create a tablespace in #DB12C

I’ve been messing with Oracle Database 12c ( today.  As I’ve been working at setting up a few things to test, I realized I need to create a tablespace or two and I didn’t have a post on how to create tablespaces with Oracle Database 12c. Before I can do any testing, I have to […]

SPFILE for a CDB vs. a PDB

Recently, I have had conversations with users about Oracle Database 12c.  One question that often comes up is, how does the database manage the parameters between a container database (CDB) and a pluggable database (PDB)?  In order to answer this question, I had to work with my pluggable database setup in a test environment.  Before […]

Heat Maps – 12c Edition

Over the last few months, I’ve been slowly playing with Oracle Database 12c and various features within it.  One such feature has been the heat maps.  I was curious about heat maps during beta testing but didn’t have a chance to test it while there.  Since beta testing, I’ve been extremely busy with work items […]

Not your typical full recovery – PDB (style) recovery?

Ok, I’ve been working on a few writings as of late.  As I was working on one writing, I came across an issue with RMAN.  Well, I should say an issue that I think is a problem, yet Oracle says it is fine.  I’m wondering if anyone else has run into this issues.  The issue […]