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OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS PARTITIONING AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Partitioning for Performance - Partition Pruning
Partition-wise Joins
Table Availability/Improved Manageability
Performance – The Need for Speed
Physical Organization and Reduction in Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
PARTITIONING CONCEPTS
Partition Key
Table Partitions
THE EVOLUTION OF PARTITIONING
PARTITIONING AND ORACLE E-BUSINESS SUITE
Using Database Partitioning with the Oracle E-Business Suite
What Does "Supported" Mean in Practical Terms?
What Is Custom Partitioning?
Examples of Custom Partitioning
Example of Creating a Partitioned Table
TABLE PARTITIONING STRATEGY
Multicolumn Partition Key
Table Type
Range Partitioning
Example range partitioning creation script
List Partitioning
Example list partitioning creation script
Hash Partitioning
Example hash partitioning creation script
Composite Partitioning
Example composite partitioning script
Multicolumn Partitioning
PARTITIONING INDEXES
Automatically Maintaining Indexes
Global Partitioned Indexes
Prefixed and Non-prefixed Indexes
Maintaining Global Partitioned Indexes
Maintaining Global Hash Partitioned Indexes
Local Partitioned Indexes
Local Prefixed and Non-Prefixed (Partitioned Indexes)
Global Nonpartitioned Indexes
Performance Considerations regarding Prefixed and Nonprefixed Indexes
Summary
Maintenance of Partitioned Tables & Indexes
Partition Maintenance Operations and Table Partitioning Methods
Partition Maintenance Operations and Index Type/Partitioning Methods
TABLE AND KEY COMPRESSION
Implementing Compression
Creating a Compressed Table
Converting Tables to Compressed Tables:
Before compression:
After Compression:
WHEN TO USE PARTITIONING?
Reasons for Creating Partitioned Tables/Indexes
Step 1 – Is Partitioning Necessary?
Step 2 - Should This Object Be Partitioned?
Step 3 - Which Partitioning Method Should Be Used?
Step 4 - Identify the Partition Key
Step 5 – Performance Check & Access Path Analysis
Step 6 – Partitioned Table Creation and Data Migration
Method: 1 – Straight Insert
Oracle Data Pump
Method 2 – Import/Export using Data Pump
Step 7 – Maintenance Step
PARTITION MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
Adding a Partition or Subpartition
Range and List Partitions
Hash and Hash Subpartition
Dropping Partitions
Index Partitions
Moving Partitions
Splitting Partitions
Merging Partitions
Exchanging a Partition with a Table
Renaming Partitions
EXAMPLE OF HOW TO PARTITION A TABLE
How is this table used?
Index Analysis
Conclusion
Examples of Partition Keys for Oracle Applications Tables
PRACTICAL PARTITIONING CASE STUDY
Oracle General Ledger
Background – Current Table Volumes
Strategy
Partition Maintenance
Index Strategy
GL_JE_LINES Indexes
GL-BALANCES Indexes
GL_DAILY_BALANCES Indexes
The Benefits of This Partitioning Strategy
DEFINING YOUR PARTITIONING STRATEGY
REVISIONS
APPENDIX A - ORACLE DATA DICTIONARY TABLE & VIEWS FOR PARTITIONING
APPENDIX B - USEFUL DATABASE VIEWS
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44281252 Using Database Partitioning With Oracle E Business Suite

44281252 Using Database Partitioning With Oracle E Business Suite

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