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Re: Substitute for Materialized Views/Snapshots?

From: Ron Rogers <RROGERS_at_galottery.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 11:38:19 -0700
Message-ID: <F001.0036A474.20010814115415@fatcity.com>

Chris,
 If you can do an export of the data you need in a short period of time you could use the CONSISTANT=Y clause to get a "shapshot" of your tables. ROR mm

>>> crezek_at_dotclick.com 08/14/01 03:21PM >>> Anita - I checked 112591.1 and also filed an iTAR to confirm with Oracle - there is no materialized view functionality for SE.

Chris - Alas, transportable tablespaces are not available for SE either.

I'm still looking for suggestions. The tables need to be read-consistent down to the second. Is there a way I can do a CREATE AS SELECT or COPY for all five tables in a way that ensures this?

Chris

"A. Bardeen" wrote:
>
> Chris,
>
> Read-only and updatable snapshots/materialized views
> are available with the Standard Edition starting with
> 8.1.5; SE can also be used for the master site for
> snapshots/MV's. EE is required only for multi-master
> replication and the data warehousing features of MV's
> (e.g. summary management, etc...)
>
> The following metalink doc has the differences:
>
> Note: 112591.1 "Differences Between Standard Edition
> and Enterprise Edition in 8i"
>
> HTH,
>
> -- Anita
>
> --- Chris Rezek <crezek_at_dotclick.com> wrote:
> > We are running 8.1.6 Standard Edition on Solaris
> > hardware. We are
> > building a reporting system and would have liked to
> > use materialized
> > views (snapshots) but this feature is not available
> > in Standard
> > Edition. We need to create read-consistent copies
> > of several
> > million-row tables each night at midnight. How can
> > we do this without
> > Oracle's auto-updating materialized views?
> >
> > Chris Rezek
> > Oracle DBA
> > http://www.dmn.com
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> > Author: Chris Rezek
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