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How to cleanup/resume two-way Oracle replication after failures=16 or 19?

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Have two sites: master and snapshot. There is a table TableA in master site and its snapshot is in snapshot site. It's a two-way replication. The snapshot is updatable. In snapshot site I check dba_jobs and found out the failures for the snapshot of TableA is 16. How to cleanup the failure status and resume operations?  
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use DBMS_JOB package.

you also can create a job that will periodicaly check replication job to kick them back to work if they are broken
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how to do that? can you throw some idea?
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something like:

declare
x binary_integer;
begin
DBMS_JOB.submit(job => x,what=>'dbms_job.broken(job => YOUR_BROKEN_JOB_ID, broken=>FALSE);',next_date => sysdate ,interval => sysdate+10/1440');
end;

for more info on DBMS_JOB package check roacle documentation:
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/appdev.102/b14258/d_job.htm#BABBICAJ
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