Re: Real time data trasfer between 2 DB

  • From: Andrew Kerber <andrew.kerber@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: deshpande.subodh@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 07:40:32 -0500

Is the 5 second latency the time between broadcast of the data and the time
it must be available in the second database?  If you have a little more time
in there, then I like the idea of queueing it into a flat file and loading
it into both DB's from there.  If it must go from the gps to db1 to db2, I
would use triggers rather than streams or dataguard.

Frankly, I think you will have more problems getting the data to the first
database quickly then you will have replicating it over to the second.

On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 7:17 AM, Subodh Deshpande <
deshpande.subodh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Arvind,
> 0)worked on replication but now on bus transport system have not worked on
> such system and hence random gueses
> what if you pull the data from city buses, replication, streams, golden
> gate will be more suitable, you want transactions only..
> pulling will keep the bus conductor/machine free from loading the data and
> main hub will always know what is the status alogn with co-ordinates of city
> bus
> 1) insted installing databases in buses can the ticketing machine send the
> data in flat file formats and that data you can be sent from wap devices to
> a stage area from where you can load the data either using external
> tables..or sqlloaders this will reduce the licensing cost.per city bus
> ddatabse and maintence cost will be more..
>  Thanks!
> Subodh
> On 27 August 2010 10:51, Arvind Kumar (IT-SIS-UIF) <
> Arvind.Kumar@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>  Greeting all,
>> What would be the best method to transfer data between two databases (10g
>> R2) in real time (near real time). It’s a transport system where GPS devices
>> installed in City Buses inserts records (location, timings) into oracle DB
>> then this data has to be transferred to other oracle DB for reporting with a
>> max latency on 5 second.
>> Any input or experience on similar scenario will be highly appreciated.
>> Thanks
>> Arvind Kumar
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