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    Client <> Transaction Monitor <> RAC

    Looking for something like a transaction monitor/manager that would sit between clients and a database server or RAC to abstract the connection because we need the transactions committed to more than one database...

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    Cool Committed, as in maried to?

    Quote Originally Posted by halkuff View Post
    Looking for something like a transaction monitor/manager that would sit between clients and a database server or RAC to abstract the connection because we need the transactions committed to more than one database...
    What?
    Please clarify...


    PS: External "monitor/manager" will NOT know of transactions committed in a database.
    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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    We have a 4GL software package that can support 10g/11g and requires 9i. We are thinking middleware might be able to proxy the tranaction to a 10g/11g database... There used to be products that sat beween an oracle client and an oracle database and handled multi-database committs etc...

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    Cool Requires 9i????

    Why would it "require" 9i? Have you tried installing on 11g?
    Oracle databases are (up to certain degree) backward compatible.
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