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Can SCA_ASYNC_CPNT_STATE Table Be Partitioned? (Doc ID 2832557.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 07, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Partitioning is key to the customer's purge strategy, and this has become critical as table SCA_ASYNC_CPNT_STATE has reach 400 mill rows in Production.

Table SCA_ASYNC_CPNT_STATE is not listed as a table allowed for partitioning in the Oracle documentation:
Section: " Component Tables, Range Partition Keys, and Groups"

The questions are:

  1. Is the SOA-infrastructure table SCA_ASYNC_CPNT_STATE optionally allowed for partitioning?

  2. If yes, what is the partition key and into what partition group (Group 1, Group 1A or Group 2) should it be placed?


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