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Oracle 11g Streams Implementer's Guide by Eric Yen, Ann L. R. McKinnell

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Instantiation

We mention instantiation as part of this chapter to stress its importance. Instantiation refers to the creation of the replicated object at target databases, based on the source object. It also provides Streams with the information needed to determine what transactions to apply at the destination site(s). You can think of it as an agreement (starting point) that needs to be established between the source and destination before any Streaming can be accomplished. The main purpose of instantiation is to prepare the object structure and data at the destination site to receive changes from the source.

Instantiation is a process composed of three steps:

  • Creating the object(s) at the destination Site
  • Updating the Streams data dictionary with ...

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