How to Handle OPEN TRANSACTIONS during INITIAL LOAD When Using Instantiation from Oracle Source Database
(Doc ID 1347191.1)
Last updated on JUNE 19, 2018
Applies to:Oracle GoldenGate - Version 10.4.0.0 and later
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This article explains how to handle open transactions during initial load. The Instantiation from an Oracle Source Database is described in article : 1276058.1.
Below is the scenario where the open transaction (txn-2) , is neither included in the change synchronization extract nor by the export/rman. Time is indicated as T0, T1..etc.
T0 - open txn1,txn2 at scn:1
T1 - add change synchronization extract with 'begin now' at scn: 5 (It wont capture the tx1,tx2 even though tx's are committed after adding the extract because those were open txn's.)
T2 - open txn3 at scn:6
T3- commited txn1 at scn :8
T4 - start exp/rman with scn: 10
T5 - commited the txn2,txn3 at scn : 15
T6 - exp/rman finish with with scn:10 (this exp/rman won't capture the tx2,tx3)
txn1 : won't be a problem as it is captured by export.
txn2 : is a problem
txn3 : won't be a problem as this txn is captured by extract and will be applied by replicat using aftercsn 10.
There may exist open transactions like txn-2, which are started before adding capture extract and which continue to be open at the time of initiating the export/rman. If this type of transaction exists, it will not be replicated to the target.
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