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Re: Tool for versioning of Data in data base

From: HansF <news.hans_at_telus.net>
Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 20:01:18 GMT
Message-ID: <iKtld.168190$9b.128044@edtnps84>


Frank van Bortel wrote:

> HansF wrote:
> 

>> Depends on exactly what and how you want to do versioning.
>>
>> But Oracle provides a built in data versioning mechanism called the
>> workspace manager. AVailable since 8.1.5 but incredible clumsy until the
>> interface was added into Enterprise Manager in Oracle9i
>>
>> For more information - it's an involved subject - go to the doc site (eg:
>> http://tahiti.oracle.com or http://docs.oracle.com) down to Oracle9i
>> docco and look for "Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager"
>>
>> Oracle has some demos as well - look for keywords such as 'Workspace
>> Manager' and 'Long Transaction', especially in the Oracle BY Example
>> section of http://otn.oracle.com
>>
>> /Hans
> 
> Hans, there used to be something like iFS (Oracle
> internet File System), which allowed you to do
> versioning on files.
> It would present itself as a shared drive
> (Windows style).
> I know it changed names, but do not know into what.
> 

The iFS implementation is the 'Files' portion of Oracle Collaboration Suite and is built using the 'Content Management SDK' found in App Server.

Apparently name was changed to avoid a potential trademark conflict. /Hans Received on Sat Nov 13 2004 - 14:01:18 CST

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