RE: Client failover with 10g DG
- From: "Amaral, Rui" <Rui.Amaral@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: "'sbecker6925@xxxxxxxxx'" <sbecker6925@xxxxxxxxx>, "jcmiranda@xxxxxxxxx" <jcmiranda@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2011 12:50:58 -0500
that's correct. It doesn't. The following doc explains with examples: How to Verify and Test Fast Connection Failover (FCF) Setup from a JDBC Thin Client Against a 10.2.x RAC Cluster [ID 433827.1] Note: I have worked with many java apps and thin clients and the failover mechanism in my experience is notoriously bad. Ie, does not work well. But it is also dependent on the driver version so that will be something you would need to look into. Rui Amaral ________________________________ From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Sandra Becker Sent: Friday, January 21, 2011 12:45 PM To: jcmiranda@xxxxxxxxx Cc: veeeraman@xxxxxxxxx; ORACLE-L Subject: Re: Client failover with 10g DG What about when the application connects using the THIN client? My understanding is that it doesn't use the tnsnames.ora. Is that incorrect? If it is correct, how would you accomplish automatic switchover/failover for the client? The scripts are using right now to start the application specify the database server name and port. For everything I do, I use tnsnames and it works beautifully. 10.2.0.4 Suse10 Write and host our own application -- Sandy Transzap, Inc. NOTICE: Confidential message which may be privileged. Unauthorized use/disclosure prohibited. If received in error, please go to www.td.com/legal for instructions. AVIS : Message confidentiel dont le contenu peut être privilégié. Utilisation/divulgation interdites sans permission. Si reçu par erreur, prière d'aller au www.td.com/francais/avis_juridique pour des instructions.