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

Postby Rajnikanth »

Please read PART -I, II and III

31. ORACLE_HOME sharing
o Not allowed (that is, each database must have its own set of Oracle executables).
o Reason: This avoids dependencies with patches and upgrades.
32. Parallel Query
o Can be used.
o For more information, see Note 651060.
33. Parallel Server (OPS)
o Cannot be used.
o Alternatively: Real Application Cluster (see below)
34. Partitioning
o The use of partitioning is supported within the BR*TOOLS functions (Release 6.20 or higher) and the SAP Data Dictionary function (Release 4.6C or higher).
o For more information, see Notes 722188 and 742243.
35. Read-only mode
o You can use a read-only database for administrative purposes only (for example, consistency check on standby side).
o You cannot start an SAP instance on a read-only database.
o You cannot use read-only tablespaces
o For more information, see Note 817253.
36. Real Application Cluster (RAC)
o You can use this feature in accordance with Note 527843.
37. Recovery Manager (RMAN)
o The use of RMAN is supported for Backup, Restore and Recovery within the BR*TOOLS functions (Release 4.5B or higher).
o Otherwise, you can use RMAN, but SAP Support is not provided.
38. Recycle bin
o Cannot be used.
39. Remote Diagnostic Agent (RDA)
o Can be used (Note 1005931).
40. RESUMABLE
o Can be used.


Thanks and regards
Rajnikanth
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Postby oldstudent »

Nice information.

Thank U
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