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set_update_conflict_handler Procedure

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set_update_conflict_handler Procedure

Syntax
DBMS_APPLY_ADM.SET_UPDATE_CONFLICT_HANDLER(
 object_name                IN VARCHAR2,
 method_name             IN VARCHAR2,
 resolution_column                    IN VARCHAR2,
 column_list                  IN DBMS_UTILITY.NAME_ARRAY,
 apply_database_link     IN VARCHAR2 DEFAULT NULL);

More details about this procedure are included in subsequent chapters. This procedure is the main function used to manage the update conflict handler. This handler helps to resolve the conflicts in the multi-way replication configuration.

set_key_columns Procedure

The set_key_columns procedure records the set of columns to be used as the substitute primary key for apply purposes and removes existing substitute primary key columns for the specified object if they exist. Unlike true primary keys, these columns may contain NULL values. This is one of the methods that is used to resolve the conflicts in a multi-way replication configuration

 




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