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Oracle DB link to mysql ... query from table

Posted on 2012-09-10
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Hello,

let me first explain my situation. I am running Oracle database 10.2 on linux and i recently made an database link to mysql database. On that Mysql database i got access to one table which is daily populated with data.

Now i want to know what are my options of creating an identical table on my (Oracle) database and populate it with records from table on MySql?  When insert happens on MySql table it should also happen on my Oracle table.

I hope i explained it well enough.

Thank you for your input!
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if you always want the data in Oracle to reflect what is in MySQL, then you might want to create a view instead.

if querying across the link in real time to support the view isn't feasible, then create a materialized view with whatever refresh frequency is adequate.
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view and materialized view syntax in attachment
ee.txt
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by:Caruso_eu
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Thank you for providing me with examples!

Got one more question ... performance wise. What if i set query to 1 minute intervals ... how much load on the database are we talking here?

Ps We are not talking about 1 million records in table here. ... will be far less.
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you'll have to test it.  The load will be determined by the type and size of data, network traffic, other activity on either or both systems.

Refreshing every minute could be pretty intense though if you have thousands of rows with lots of large columns.
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Alright thank you for your input!
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