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    dataguard not available in standard edition

    My client use Oracle 10g standard edition. And he wants a second server with a standby database.

    The second server is identical than the first one.

    But Oracle says the following:
    Oracle Data Guard is available only as a feature of Oracle Database Enterprise Edition.
    It is not available with Oracle Database Standard Edition.

    What are my options here?

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    it's true that Oracle database guard is not available in Standard Edition you have to buy ENterprise Edition for this option; however, there are a way to set up data guard on standard edition, some of the guys in here posted the docs so search for it in here.

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    I want this to be legal. Is it?

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    you can have a standby database which is basically in permanent recovery - you cannot have dataguard, all you can have is an old fashioned standby (which needs to be licensed)

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    anyone have any idea where i can get more information on how to set up a physical standby database without dataguard using 10g standard editon on two machines running windows. i can't seem to find anything on the web to help me out. thanks.

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    its the backup and recovery manual, its having the database is permanent recovery

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    Niall Lichfield has written an article on creating a 10g SE standby on Windows. I can't seem to find it right now; anyone know the URL? It's probably just what the OP is after...

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