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

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Downstream Capture — avoid white water at the source

In Chapter 1, we briefly mention Downstream Capture(DSC) and how it can be used to offload the Capture and Propagation processes off a Production/Source Server. In this section, we will take a deeper dive into DSC and cover:

  • What is DSC?
  • When to use DSC?
  • How to set up DSC?

By covering the above with the example provided, you should have the information needed to understand and properly use DSC.

DSC is a configuration of Streams that has the Capture and Propagation Process on a different server from where the data is processed. Recall the first image that was seen in Chapter 1 of DSC.

Downstream Capture — avoid white water at the source

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