HOW TO ADD GLOBAL SERVICE IN MULTITENANT 12C DATABASE AT PDB AND ROOT LEVEL OF CDB IN A GDS ENVIRONMENT
(Doc ID 2015403.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199 [Release 12.1]
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This article will explain how to add Global service at CDB$ROOT level and Pluggable Database Level PDB.
Multitenant container databases (CDB) can be part of the GDS configuration. A global service can be defined at root level of the CDB (CDB$ROOT) or at the pluggable database (PDB) level. A global service that runs on a PDB can be created by setting the PDB property to the PDB name at creation time. The PDB property of a global service cannot be modified once the service is created. If the PDB property is not set, the service is created at the CDB root level (CDB$ROOT).Assume below configuration already exist.
When the service is created at the PDB-level all of the service’s preferred and available databases should contain the PDB it belongs to. Global services defined at the PDB level are managed by the same operations and rules as the services defined at any other level.
Assume Below configuration already exist:
- GDS Catalog database "CAT"
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