Access 2000, Access 2003, Access 2007 forms, Access 2007 functions, Access Database, Access Forms Database, Access Functions, Access reports, Binary data, CSV, Data structures, Database administration, Database Backup, Database connectivity, Database design, Database issues, Database management, Database migration, Database mirroring, Database servers, DB2 administration, DB2 Universal Database, DB2 Web Query, DBA, DELETE statement, Embedded SQL, Flat files, FoxPro 2.6, IIF function, IIF statement, Indexes, INSERT statement, IT careers, JDBC, JOIN statement, LOOP statement, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Access subforms, Microsoft Access tables, MySQL, MySQL Database, MySQL query, ODBC, QMF, Query optimization, SQL queries, Sybase, Timestamp, Triggers, UPDATE statement VIEW ALL TAGS
I am using oracle 10g and I want to use a standby database for high availability of my database. I did almost everything; but I don't know how a user can connect to the standby server when the primary has failed. This is my connection string "Data Source=(DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS_LIST = (ADDRESS =...
Archives are not moving from primary to standby database, which are in the same machine. What things do I need to check?