DB Replication with Oracle

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Hi, Is there any possibility to replicate data between an oracle DB and 500 clients with windows laptops: - bidirectional - asynchronous - with filtering on rowlevel - integrating an existing java based web application with Oracle; except for oracle lite? If no, anybody made experiences with other programms implementing an existing webapplication? Thanks best regards, Michael Heindl
ASKED: November 14, 2005  9:10 AM
UPDATED: November 14, 2005  1:17 PM

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Actually, Oracle light is meant to do excatly what you are describing. A low maintenance db on devices that travel.

http://download-east.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19188_01/doc/B15921/toc.htm

Take a look. For details on what Oracle supports of replication (which is the term Oracle uses for DB-DB sync – not DB-user) check out the RDBMS manual for replication. There are restrictions based on your data structures and operations you wish to do. Trying to give you a general answer here would not serve much purpose.

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