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The Informatica Data Replication Release Guide describes the cumulative changes for Informatica® Data Replication releases that are currently supported, beginning with version 9.6.2. Use this guide to get an overview of the changes in each release. This guide lists new features and enhancements, behavior changes, new and changed commands …
This Informatica Data Replication Scripting Guide is written for the developers, software engineers, and database administrators responsible for creating Informatica® Data Replication configurations. This guide assumes that you are familiar with relational database concepts, the database engines, Tcl scripting language, and Structured Query …
This Informatica Data Replication User Guide describes how to use the Informatica® Data Replication product and user interfaces to perform transactional data replication and initial target materialization. The guide covers the following topics: Data Replication architecture, usage scenarios, and deployment topologies. Preparing source and …
Refer to the Informatica® Data Replication Command Line Interface for the Server Manager for information about the commands that you can run to manage Data Replication configurations, schedules, and tasks from the command line. This guide is intended for application programmers who want to integrate Data Replication with third-party applications.
Refer to the Informatica® Data Replication Datatype Mapping Reference for information about datatype mappings that Data Replication supports for different source and target database combinations. This guide is intended for system administrators, DBAs, and those who are responsible for configuring and administering data replication jobs.
This reference provides explanations, system actions, and user responses for Informatica® Data Replication messages.
This Informatica Data Replication Installation and Upgrade Guide describes how to install or upgrade the Informatica® Data Replication product.
This article describes how to configure Data Replication to extract change data from an Oracle Data Guard primary database. This article also describes how to configure Data Replication to continue replication after a planned or unplanned outage causes the primary database to fail over to a physical standby database.