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schema-level replication [message #75404] Tue, 04 November 2003 02:17 Go to next message
Sushma MV
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Registered: November 2003
Junior Member
I have exactly similar databases on 2 different hosts. I am able to replicate a single table object as part of multimaster replication. I have 4 schemas to be replicated, and I found that Create_Master_Repobject procedure is used to register the objects to the group. Is this the only way to register the objects? this will be a tedious process as I have 4 shemas and under each schema there are around 80-90 objects. Is it possible to add replication support to schema-level directly to include all the objects so that as and whenever I create a new table in one schema it should be replicated on the schema of other master site. I would even want to know whether entire database replication is possible. Thanks in advance.
Re: schema-level replication [message #75411 is a reply to message #75404] Fri, 14 November 2003 13:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frank Naude
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Registered: April 1998
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Hi,

Oracle Streams can configure replication support on
GLOBAL(database), SCHEMA or TABLE level.
Nevertheless, Advanced Replication can only be configured
on TABLE level.

Best would be to write a PL/SQL block to loop though the
tables to configure replication support.

Best regards.

Frank Naude
Re: schema-level replication [message #75412 is a reply to message #75411] Sun, 16 November 2003 21:35 Go to previous message
Sushma MV
Messages: 4
Registered: November 2003
Junior Member
hi,
Thanks Frank. I have already implemented the object-level replication using pl/sql looping construct. If I want the schema-level replication to be implemented how do I set it using Oracle 8i Advanced replication? Is there any built-in procedure that I can execute to do so? Thanks in advance.
Sushma.
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