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Oracle data compression in 11G R2

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Dear All,

I just read about data compression techniques in 11GR2,

I understand like even DML operations can be done without much performance issues.

I wanted to know, is there any specific scenario, where I should not use compression.
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Beware : Advanced Compression is a paying option
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I still didnt get a clear picture, whether to go or not to go for compression.
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