GoldenGate 12c: Initial Configuration

In our last post we have seen “GoldenGate 12c: Installation for Oracle DB” on Linux platform. Now we will do initial configuration before configuring extract and replicat on source and target databases respectively. Here are the steps:

Create tablespace for GGS operations (on both Source & Target DB)

SQL> create tablespace GGS_DATA;

Create User for extract on source database (on both Source & Target DB)

SQL> create user GGSUSER identified by GGSUSER 
     default tablespace GGS_DATA 
     temporary tablespace TEMP;

Grant required permissions (on both Source & Target DB)

SQL> grant connect, resource to ggsuser;

SQL> grant select any dictionary, select any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant create table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant flashback any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant execute on dbms_flashback to ggsuser;

SQL> grant execute on utl_file to ggsuser;

SQL> grant create any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant insert any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant update any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant delete any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant drop any table to ggsuser;

SQL> grant ALTER ANY TABLE to ggsuser;

SQL> grant ALTER SYSTEM to ggsuser;

SQL> grant LOCK ANY TABLE to ggsuser;
     /*Only for initial load.*/

SQL> grant SELECT ANY TRANSACTION to ggsuser; 
     /*To extract changes from redo stored on ASM for classic extract.*/

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