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Features of Oracle that doesn't Support SAP (PART-II)

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Features of Oracle that doesn't Support SAP (PART-II)

Postby Rajnikanth »

Inorder to have proper understanding of PART-II Please read PART-I.

11. Data Guard
o You can use "Physical Standby", but Oracle provides support (not SAP). Only the Maximum Performance Mode permitted.
o You cannot use "Logical Standby"
12. Data Mining
o As of BW 3.5, the use of Data Mining is supported within the Data Mining Engine (for more information, see Note 990955).
13. Data Pump (expdp, impdp)
o This is supported as of BRSPACE 7.00 (17) (Note 976435)
o You can use EXPDP/IMPDP directly, but there is no SAP support.
14. DBMS_OBFUSCATION_TOOLKIT
o Cannot be used.
15. DBMS_SPACE_ADMIN.TABLESPACE_MIGRATE_TO_LOCAL
o Cannot be used.
16. DBMS_STATS
o You cannot use DBMS_STATS to create statistics directly on a regular basis.
o You can use DBMS_STATS to create statistics via BRCONNECT (Note 408532).
17. Disk Manager (ODM)
o You can use Disk Manager in connection with "VERITAS Storage Foundation for Oracle" and "VERITAS Storage Foundation for Oracle RAC" (previously DBE/AC).
o Otherwise, it cannot be used
18. Enterprise Manager (OEM) and other Oracle administration tools such as DBControl
o Can be used, but no SAP support is provided.
o You can also use optional OEM packages, but no SAP support is provided.
o You can also use the Management Server, but no SAP support is provided.
o You can use Enterprise Manager Grid Control for monitoring purposes, but Oracle provides support (not SAP).
o You cannot use Enterprise Manager Grid Control for other purposes (Note 828268).
o The use of OEM to create CBO statistics is not supported.
o For more information, see Note 386413.
19. EXP / IMP
o Automatically supported if you use BRSPACE (Note 646681).
o You can use them but no SAP support is provided if problems and follow-on errors occur (Note 541538).


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Rajnikanth
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Postby oldstudent »

Nice information.

Thank U
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