Which three describe a valid OGG Event Action?
A. Stop the process
B. Write a checkpoint before and/or after writing the record to the trail.
C. Run a shell command
D. Purge old trail files
In reference guide, page 312,Syntax EVENTACTIONS ([STOP| ABORT | FORCESTOP][IGNORE
WARNING]][REPORT][ROLLOVER][SHELL<command>][TRACE <trace file> [TRANSACTION] [PURGE |
APPEND]][CHECKPOINT[BEFORE | AFTER | BOTH]][, ...])
You have discovered that an OGG checkpoint table has become corrupted. What is you best strategy
to recover From this?
What is the default format for a GoldenGate trail?
Which parameters) would be used for one-time initial replicat?
What file must be configured in order to use custom encryption keys?
Nicole is preparing initial data load Extract task EINI_HR using the parameter DBOPTIONS
FECHBATCHSIZE 2000. What is likely to happen if one of her source tables includes LOB data?
What Oracle GoldenGate feature provides recoverability without loss of transactions?
Which three types of information are stored in the GoldenGate trial header?
When would you use the PASSTHRU parameter?
Ideally which process should be configured purge old trial files?