Two Applications sharing the same database

5 pts.
Tags:
Database administration
Database security
Oracle
Oracle 9
Oracle E-Business Suite
Oracle security
Shared databases
Solaris
Solaris 10
Hi , We have ORACLE RDBMS 9.2.0.6 ,and E-business suit 11.5.10.2 . Platform is Solaris 10. The applicatioin and the database are on the same server. We have users accessing this application from another Geographical location .Those users are facing performance problems due to the link . Question: Can we add another server and install only the application on it and put this server in the other locaton ,and still having at the same time in our current location the application and the database on the same server ? is it possible to have two applications sharing the same database? if yes ,how to do this ? Please provide some resources ,notes ect.... Thank you
ASKED: May 22, 2008  7:21 AM
UPDATED: May 22, 2008  4:05 PM

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With about 99% of the applications out there, yes you can do this.

You simply install the application on the second server and when configuring it set the database connection to be the remote database server name and username and password.

Check with Oracle and make sure that the E-business suit supports being installed on an application server farm.

Do keep in mind that you will need to purchase a second license for the Application server on the remote server.

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