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REPLICATION AGREEMENT QUERY TO RETURN LAST APPLIED SEQUENCE NUMBER (Doc ID 2164936.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version 11.1.2.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

How to get the replication agreement query to return the last sequence number?

For example, 

curl -u adminuser 'https://master.us.oracle.com/oam/services/rest/_replication/201603170911501421?type=consumer'

currently returns the below values,

{"enabled":"true","identifier":"201603170911501421","ok":"true","pollInterval":"60","startingSequenceNumber":"1163","state":"READY"}

Ideally this query should return last successfully applied sequence number in the clone, so that its easier to identify the last change applied in clone.

Like:

{"enabled":"true","identifier":"201603170911501421","lastSequenceNumber":"1548","ok":"true","pollInterval":"60","startingSequenceNumber":"1163","state":"READY"}

 

How can this be accomplished?

Solution

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