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Re: Advanced queuing : dequeing from remote database

Sami Seerangan


Hi Nick,

As you suggested I tried creating queue based on table that is sitting
on remote db, but I got the error saying that "ORA-24002: QUEUE_TABLE

'msg_queue',queue_table     => 'usssd429.objmsgs80_qtab@(protected)');
'msg_queue',queue_table     => 'usssd429.objmsgs80_qtab@(protected)');

ERROR at line 1:
ORA-24002: QUEUE_TABLE USSSD429.OBJMSGS80_QTAB@(protected)
ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_AQADM_SYS", line 2555
ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_AQADM", line 119
ORA-06512: at line 1

SQL> desc USSSD429.OBJMSGS80_QTAB@(protected)
Name                         Null?   Type
----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------------------
Q_NAME                              VARCHAR2(30)
MSGID                         NOT NULL RAW(16)
CORRID                              VARCHAR2(128)
PRIORITY                             NUMBER
STATE                               NUMBER
DELAY                               DATE
EXPIRATION                           NUMBER
TIME_MANAGER_INFO                       DATE
LOCAL_ORDER_NO                         NUMBER
CHAIN_NO                             NUMBER
CSCN                               NUMBER
DSCN                               NUMBER
ENQ_TIME                             DATE
ENQ_UID                             NUMBER
ENQ_TID                             VARCHAR2(30)
DEQ_TIME                             DATE
DEQ_UID                             NUMBER
DEQ_TID                             VARCHAR2(30)
RETRY_COUNT                           NUMBER
EXCEPTION_QSCHEMA                       VARCHAR2(30)
EXCEPTION_QUEUE                        VARCHAR2(30)
STEP_NO                             NUMBER
RECIPIENT_KEY                         NUMBER
DEQUEUE_MSGID                         RAW(16)
SENDER_NAME                           VARCHAR2(30)
SENDER_ADDRESS                         VARCHAR2(1024)
SENDER_PROTOCOL                        NUMBER
USER_DATA                            MESSAGE_TYP

'msg_queue',queue_table     => 'usssd429.objmsgs80_qtab');

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQL> create synonym objmsgs80_qtab_r for usssd429.objmsgs80_qtab@(protected);
Synonym created.

On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 11:14:41 -0000, Nick Tilbury @ Northampton
> I would suggest you have the enqueue populate to the remote database queue =
> and deal with it locally.
> Nick