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Please Help Me I am Found The Following Error While I am Starting The Capture
Stream At Source Database.
I am Appling Shema Level  Rules
And  Intantiation The Shema To PropPOGate The Queue TO THE
Destination Database  
I found This Error in Source Database ZCON4


WARNING: no base object information defined in logminer dictionary!!!

knlldmm: gdbnm=ZCON4.US.ORACLE.COM
knlldmm: objn=30805
knlldmm: objv=1
knlldmm: scn=15306736
WARNING: no base object information defined in logminer dictionary!!!
knlldmm: gdbnm=ZCON4.US.ORACLE.COM
knlldmm: objn=30900
knlldmm: objv=1
knlldmm: scn=15371212
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This error may occur when the Streams data dictionary information for the specified object is not available in the database. This message is generated at an apply site in the apply reader trace file (P000). This is an informational message. When the "Missing ...data dictionary information" message occurs, the LCR is not applied. The apply process does not disable or abort when the multi-version data dictionary information is unavailable.

To fix the problem, repopulate the streams data dictionary by performing a PREPARE on the missing objects. Here are the steps:
1) To populate the data dictionary for a particular object.
a. Identify the object that is missing. The trace file includes the identification information to determine the missing object.
i. gdbnm is the global name of the source database of the missing object.
ii. objn is the object number of the object at the source database. Use this number to query the DBA_OBJECTS table at the source site to determine the name of the object.
iii. objx is the version number of the object at the source
iv. scn is the SCN for the transaction that was missed.

b. At the source site, repopulate the streams data dictionary for the object or granularity required using the following procedures:

DBMS_CAPTURE_ADM.PREPARE_TABLE_INSTANTIATION

DBMS_CAPTURE_ADM.PREPARE_SCHEMA_INSTANTIATION

DBMS_CAPTURE_ADM.PREPARE_GLOBAL_INSTANTIATION
Rerunning this procedure at the source site will not impact sites already functioning properly.

c.Ensure that propagation is occurring from the source site to the destination site, so that the information will be loaded into the dictionary at the destination site.

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