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Edition Based Redefinition - Continuous Database Application Evolution with Oracle Database 11g Release 2

by CTO at AMIS on Oct 13, 2009

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Performing an application upgrade with new versions of tables, views, and packages without downtime: that is the objective of many organizations striving for high availability of applications. A ...

Performing an application upgrade with new versions of tables, views, and packages without downtime: that is the objective of many organizations striving for high availability of applications. A related objective is to run several versions of an application in parallel, with some users running against one version and others against another. In this session, learn how these objectives can be met and how database development can be organized using capabilities in the upcoming Oracle Database 11g Release 2. The session includes tips for migrating users and client applications one by one to the latest versions of the database objects without loss of availability; guidelines for benefiting from Release 2 functionality in this area; and a demo.

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