Posted on 2011-10-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
a couple of questions on flashback data archive in 11g

1) Is this license product or it is part of the datbas fetaure.

2) Can this be used for long-term data auditing capture to replace all the trigger code and SHADOW tables that we had to do in 9i. From my understanding this is very easy to use and there is not need to write code with no performance impacts, etc.

Basically I want to track DML (updates and deletes) on some tables for the entire ROW and be able to see he ful history changes for a row if needed.
Question by:sam15

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    Forgot to say i think this product is also called oracle total recall.
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    I think its free, but you can clarify by chat session with oracle using the following link

    I found the following link for archiving

    Author Comment

    It is an otpion to the database at extra cost

    It seems no one from the experts here used it for auditing data or familiar with it.

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