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

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Propagate process

Now that we know about the Capture process, it is time to move to the Propagate process. The Propagate process does the actual Propagation between the source and target queues.

Propagate process

Propagation has two configuration options, queue-to-queue or queue-to-dblink. In the queue-to-queue configuration, each Propagation has its own propagation job. This allows multiple Propagations to be configured and scheduled to propagate at different times. It should be noted that queue-to-queue propagation is recommended for Streams in an RAC environment. The default configuration of queue-to-dblink has one shared propagation job. For queue-to-dblink configurations, ...

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