RE: GLOBAL_NAME change

Thanks Jared. From what I see, Dye covers this in Chapter 10, page 226.
Evidentially this is a standard technique used for advanced replication, and
is, I assume, a useful way to create your standard database links.

Dennis Williams
DBA
Lifetouch, Inc.

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> GLOBAL_NAMES=TRUE. A neat trick which I understand is taught in the
> replication class is to create two links:
> 1. As SYSTEM, CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK db.domain USING "db.domain";
> 2. As the schema owner, CREATE DATABASE LINK db.domain CONNECT TO user
> IDENTIFIED BY 
> Has anyone else used this idea or ever seen it documented (or even given 
a
> name)?
> 
I believe this documented in Charles Dye's book on Oracle Replication.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00009B1UO

Jared


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