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HOWTO - Configure Bidirectional Replication in ZDLRA (Doc ID 2259407.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance Software - Version 12.1.1.1.1 to 12.1.1.1.8
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

There are two Recovery Appliances (RAs) located in New York City and San Francisco. In New York City there are two databases, PSFT and SIEBEL and in San Francisco there is a 3rd database called JDEDWARD. Each database is managed by different DBA teams and therefore they must be protected by different virtual private catalog users (VPC User).

Solution

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 Step 1 - Configure the Local RAs
 Step 1a - Create DB User Accounts in the Local RA Database
 Step 1b - Create Protection Policies for Protected Databases on Local RA
 Step 1c - Add the Protected Databases to the Local RA's
 Step 2 - Configure the Downstream RAs 
 Step 2a - Create DB User Accounts in the Remote RA Database
 Step 2b - Create Protection Policies for Protected Databases on Remote RAs
 Step 2c - Add the Protected Databases to the Remote RAs
 Step 3 - Create Replication Server That Will Be Used to Replicate Databases from New York City to San Francisco
 Step 3a - Make the AutoLogin Wallet
 Step 3b - Add the Credentials to the Wallet
 Step 3c - Create the RA Replication Server
 Step 4 - Create Replication Server That Will Be Used to Replicate Databases from San Francisco to New York City
 Step 4b - Add the Credentials to the Wallet
 Step 4c - Create the RA Replication Server
 Step 5 - Add the Protection Policies That Are to Be Replicated to the Replication Server

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