RE: Capturing Schema changes ??

George,
 Sorry, I do not have the presentation. Since our Mgmt chose not to pay for our
IOUG membership this year, I can't access it at the IOUG web site. I just tried
:( 

 But, you may refer to the Oracle Streams documention to understand how schema
changes can be captured. 
 Implementing Oracle Strems is not that straight forward, and capturing DDL and
DML changes of interest at Schema level will need customized routines (PL/SQL).


 Good luck.

 Regards,

- Kirti 

--- "Leonard, George" <GLeonard@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> does anyone have this presentation?
> 
> George
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