Using Oracle Flashback Data Archive to Track and Store Transactional Changes


DBA & Infrasturcture

Date and time

Thursday, 17. October 2019., 14:30


Hall A



Flashback Data Archive (FDA) provides the ability to track and store transactional changes to a table over its lifetime. FDA provides a mechanism for tracking changes to production databases that is secure, efficient, easy to use and application transparent. FDA allows organizations to configure historical data capture in a matter of minutes and provides a centralized, and seamlessly queryable, historical data store that can help reduce your cost of compliance. Flashback Data Archive provides many benefits over traditional application and trigger-based methods for maintaining historic data. FDA data is tamper-proof -- no database users, not even privileged users, can change the FDA maintained data. Flashback Data Archive is useful for compliance with record stage policies and audit reports. Please join Oracle Product Management to learn more about this feature.

Lecture details

Type: Lecture
Level of difficulty: Detailed
Experience Level: Experienced
Desirable listeners function: System Analist , DBA
Group of activity: DBA & Infrasturcture

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