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Re: How to invoke stored procedures from another instance?

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Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 05:44:26 -0800
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For this AQ or possibly streams in 9i would be the best, but there is a bit of work to get either set up and functioning the way you want. The big benefit is done right you cant lose a message from one system to the other.
This is fundamentally EAI integration without the messaging server. You could effectively though have an EAI adaptor for your application with a bit of additional thought



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This transmission is for the intended addressee only and is confidential information. If you have received this transmission in error, please delete it and notify the sender. The contents of this e-mail are the opinion of the writer only and are not endorsed by the Mincom Group of companies unless expressly stated otherwise. "Ranganath K" <> Sent by: 28/08/2003 08:15 PM Please respond to ORACLE-L To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L <> cc: Subject: How to invoke stored procedures from another instance? Hi listers, Assume that there are two instances in Oracle. Both instances are on different machines and different Oracle versions. There is a table on first instance. Any update on this table should invoke stored procedures on the second instance. This should be real time based. Options we looked at are 1. Trigger on the table invoking the procedures of the other instance 2. Using dbms_alert 3. Some kind of polling mechanism Triggers we would like to avoid. Options we are left with are dbms_alert and polling mechanism. Is it possible to use dbms_alert in this case? If yes how? Can you think of some kind of polling mechanism which will satisfy the need of real time communication? Updates on the table is done at a very fast rate, hence processing should also be at a fast rate. Any help in this regard is very much appreciated. Thanks and Regards, Ranganath MailFiler [RK-FM8B9B3] -- Please see the official ORACLE-L FAQ: -- Author: INET: Fat City Network Services -- 858-538-5051 San Diego, California -- Mailing list and web hosting services --------------------------------------------------------------------- To REMOVE yourself from this mailing list, send an E-Mail message to: (note EXACT spelling of 'ListGuru') and in the message BODY, include a line containing: UNSUB ORACLE-L (or the name of mailing list you want to be removed from). You may also send the HELP command for other information (like subscribing).
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