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Prcedural replication issue

Hello ,
Oracle 9.0.1.0.0 on HP-UX 11.11

I am testing Procedural Replication in Multimaster Replication
Environment. (Asynchronous)

Package PACK_1 with a PROC_1 does insert in TAB_1. The procedure does
a simple insert in tab_1.
I mark PACK_1,PROC_1 for replication (Multimaster replication)

After starting replication , I execute procedure

execute proc_1 on Inst_1

But somehow this execution is not captured by replication & hence does
not fire on inst_2 which is second master site. I cannot see inserted
row in second instance.

AM I missing something ? I cld not find details on Procedural
Replication in manual except saying procedures need to be part of
package .

The reason I am looking at Procedural Repl is that I have many tables
which do not have primary key . So I cannnot use table level
replication for those tables.

Any help/pointers in this regad are highly appreciated ....

Thanks & Regards,
Mahesh Hardikar
Jul 19 '05 #1
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