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REMAP_DATA Parameter of Oracle Data Pump Export (expdp)/ Import (impdp) - New Feature Oracle Database 11g

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REMAP_DATA Default: There is no default
Purpose The REMAP_DATA parameter allows you to specify a remap function that takes as a source the original value of the designated column and returns a remapped value that will replace the original value in the dump file. A common use for this option is to mask data when moving from a production system to a test system. For example, a column of sensitive customer data such as credit card numbers could be replaced with numbers generated by a REMAP_DATA function. This would allow the data to retain its essential formatting and processing characteristics without exposing private data to unauthorized personnel.
The same function can be applied to multiple columns being dumped. This is useful when you want to guarantee consistency in remapping both the child and parent column in a referential constraint.
Syntax and Description REMAP_DATA=[schema.]tablename.column_name:[schema.]pkg.function The description of each syntax element, in the or…

Table Compression Enhancement in Oracle Database 11g R2 - With New Compression Names

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Table Compression: Overview Oracle Database supports three methods of table compression:
•Basic table compression •OLTP table compression
Oracle Corporation recommends to compress all data to reduce storage costs. The Oracle database can use table compression to eliminate duplicate values in a data block. For tables with highly redundant data, compression saves disk space and reduces memory use in the database buffer cache. Table compression is transparent to database applications. •The table_compression clause is valid only for heap-organized tables. The COMPRESS keyword enables table compression. The NOCOMPRESS keyword disables table compression. NOCOMPRESS is the default. •With basic compression, the Oracle database compresses data at the time of performing bulk load using operations such as direct loads or

Creating Tables Without Segments - Oracle 11g Release 2 New Feature

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Understand Deferred Segment Creation Beginning with Oracle Database 11g Release 2, when you create heap-organized tables in a locally managed tablespace, the database defers table segment creation until the first row is inserted.
In addition, segment creation is deferred for any LOB columns of the table, any indexes created implicitly as part of table creation, and any indexes subsequently explicitly created on the table.
Note: In Release 11.2.0.1, deferred segment creation is not supported for partitioned tables. This restriction is removed in release 11.2.0.2 and later. The advantages of this space allocation method are the following:
It saves a significant amount of disk space in applications that create hundreds or thousands of tables upon installation, many of which might never be populated.
It reduces application installation time.
There is a small performance penalty when the first row is inserted, because the new segment must be created at that time.
To enable deferr…

Performing RMAN Tablespace Point-in-Time Recovery (TSPITR)

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Purpose of RMAN TSPITR Recovery Manager (RMAN) TSPITR enables quick recovery of one or more tablespaces in a database to an earlier time without affecting the rest of the tablespaces and objects in the database.
RMAN TSPITR is most useful for the following situations:
To recover a logical database to a point different from the rest of the physical database, when multiple logical databases exist in separate tablespaces of one physical database. For example, you maintain logical databases in the orders and personnel tablespaces. An incorrect batch job or data manipulation language (DML) statement corrupts the data in only one tablespace.
To recover data lost after data definition language (DDL) operations that change the structure of tables. You cannot use Flashback Table to rewind a table to before the point of a structural change such as a truncate table operation.
To recover a table after it has been dropped with the PURGE option.
To recover from the logical corruption of a …

Rman Auxiliary Duplicate,Clone,Sandbox Database Without Any Backup

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RMAN has the ability to duplicate, or clone, a database from an active database. It is possible to create a duplicate database on a remote server with the same file structure, a remote server will a different file structure or the local server with a different file structure.

Step by Step - How to Create And Configure RMAN Recovery Catalog Database

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Purpose of the Recovery CatalogA recovery catalog is a database schema used by RMAN to store metadata about one or more Oracle databases. Typically, you store the catalog in a dedicated database. A recovery catalog provides the following benefits:
A recovery catalog creates redundancy for the RMAN repository stored in the control file of each target database. The recovery catalog serves as a secondary metadata repository. If the target control file and all backups are lost, then the RMAN metadata still exists in the recovery catalog.
A recovery catalog centralizes metadata for all your target databases. Storing the metadata in a single place makes reporting and administration tasks easier to perform.
A recovery catalog can store metadata history much longer than the control file. This capability is useful if you must do a recovery that goes further back in time than the history in the control file. The added complexity of managing a recovery catalog database can be offset …

Step by Step - How to turn on Password Protection for Oracle Database Listener Control (LSNRCTL) Command Line Utility

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Step 1:- open administrator cmd
Step 2:- C:\lsnrctl
Step 3:- lsnrctl> change_password
Step 4:- lsnrctl> old password : (keep this blank)
Step 5:- lsnrctl> new password : (set your password here)
Step 6:- lsnrctl> retype new password : (retype your password here)
Step 7:- lsnrctl> save_config 


Step 8:- lsnrctl> exit

Step 9:- Open listener.ora file from ORACLE_HOME\NETWORK\ADMIN\
Step 10:- Add this line - LOCAL_OS_AUTHENTICATION_LISTENER = OFF


step 11:- lsnrctl> stop
step 12:- lsnrctl> start <-- this is required to reload the listener.ora file
step 13:- lsnrctl> exit


Step 14:- from administrator cmd open lsnrctl
Step 15:- lsnrctl>stop
The above command will give an error like
Connecting to (DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=B-3)(PORT=1521)))
TNS-01169: The listener has not recognized the password
Step 16:- LSNRCTL>set password unisoft <--- your password set above.
Step 17:- lsnrctl>stop <--- now the command works.

Step by Step - Creating RMAN Virtual Private Catalog - Oracle Database 11g New Feature

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About Virtual Private Catalogs By default, all of the users of an RMAN recovery catalog have full privileges to insert, update, and delete any metadata in the catalog. For example, if the administrators of two unrelated databases share the same recovery catalog, each administrator could, whether inadvertently or maliciously, destroy catalog data for the other's database. In many enterprises, this situation is tolerated because the same people manage many different databases and also manage the recovery catalog. But in other enterprises where clear separation of duty exists between administrators of various databases, as well as between the DBA and the administrator of the recovery catalog, you may desire to restrict each database administrator to modify only backup metadata belonging to those databases that they are responsible for, while still keeping the benefits of a single, centrally-managed, RMAN recovery catalog. This goal can be achieved by implementing virtua…