Column aliases cause an error when you attempt to add the materialized view to a materialized view group using the CREATE_MVIEW_REPOBJECT procedure. For example, the following statement creates a complex materialized view because it has a UNION ALL set operation: In some cases, an aggregate function, although it is possible to have an aggregate function in the defining query and still have a simple materialized view, In some cases, joins other than those in a subquery, although it is possible to have joins in the defining query and still have a simple materialized view. A materialized view can be either read-only, updatable, or writeable. insert, update and delete, are performed on multiple base tables in a single transaction. A subquery referencing the inventories table and the warehouses table. In this case, you can use the VALIDATE STRUCTURE option of the ANALYZE TABLE statement to determine which rowid hints at each replication site are incorrect. A primary key log, created either explicitly or by default, performs additional checking on the primary key constraint. Through the use of multitier materialized views, you can create materialized views based on other materialized views, which enables you to distribute user load to an even greater extent because clients can access materialized view sites instead of master sites. The following sections explain the privileges requirements in detail. Each table can be joined only once within the subquery. To perform a complete refresh of a materialized view, the server that manages the materialized view executes the materialized view's defining query, which essentially re-creates the materialized view. column Specify the columns whose values you want to be recorded in the materialized view log for all rows that are changed. This locking is required to prevent users from updating the materialized views during the refresh operation, because updates can make the data inconsistent. The materialized view created by this statement is fast refreshable and updatable. Writeable materialized views are typically allowed wherever fast-refreshable read-only materialized views are allowed. The following is an example of a CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement that creates a ROWID materialized view: "Materialized View Log" for more information about the differences between a ROWID and primary key materialized view, Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for more information about the WITH ROWID clause in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement. For example, a developer can integrate the replication management API for refresh on-demand into the sales application. For example, a combination materialized view log can track both the primary key and the rowid of the affected row are recorded. A fast refresh uses materialized view logs to update only the rows that have changed since the last refresh. Group A at the materialized view site (see Figure 3-12) contains only some of the objects in the corresponding Group A at the master site. Do not allow any database manipulation language (DML) changes on the updatable materialized views until you have finished the administration operation on the master site and regenerated replication support for the materialized view. Primary key constraints on materialized views might or might not be deferrable. To ensure that a user-defined type is exactly the same at all replication sites, you must create the user-defined type at the materialized view site in one of the following ways: Oracle recommends that you use the replication management API to create, modify, or drop any replicated object at a materialized view site, including user-defined types. Description: there is no materialized view log on table "string". Materialized view groups cannot span the boundaries of the replication group at the master site or master materialized view site. For example, the following statement creates a materialized view log for the categories_tab_sys object table and specifies that the object identifier column be logged: The following statement creates a materialized view log for the categories_tab_pkbased object table and specifies that the primary key column be logged along with the object identifier column: Materialized view logs are exported with the schema name explicitly given in the DDL statements. Because the materialized view conforms to the conditions for fast … When all of these items are the same for two or more types, the types have the same hashcode. If the owner of a materialized view at the materialized view site has a private database link to the master site or master materialized view site, then the database link connects to the owner of the master at the master site or master materialized view site. The rows are not row objects. A scoped REF requires less storage space and provides more efficient access than an unscoped REF. Including New Values in Materialized View Logs: Example The following example creates a materialized view log on the oe.product_information table that specifies INCLUDING NEW VALUES: You could create the following materialized aggregate view to use the product_information log: This materialized view is eligible for fast refresh because the log defined on its master table includes both old and new values. For example, if you create different materialized view groups named hr, personnel, and manufacturing for these departments, then you can administer each department as a group, instead of as individual objects. A special SEQUENCE column can be include in the materialized view log to help Oracle apply updates to materialized view logs in the correct order when a mix of Data Manipulation (DML) commands, e.g. What is Oracle Materialized View Log. Then applying the changes to the MV. User-defined types include all types created using the CREATE TYPE statement, including object, nested table, VARRAY, and indextype. The following are restrictions for fast refresh materialized views with unions containing subqueries: All of the restrictions described in the previous section, "Restrictions for Materialized Views with Subqueries", apply to the subqueries in each union block. You will create a materialized view, add the CACHE clause to the definition of an analytic view and query the analytic view with and without the materialized view. When you create the inventories materialized view, you want to retrieve the inventories with the quantity on hand greater than zero for the products that appear in the order_items table. This subquery is many to one because many warehouses can be in one location. The type has exactly the same attributes in exactly the same order at both the materialized view site and the master site. The privileges required to perform these operations depend on whether the same user performs them or different users perform them. If you perform a complete refresh of a master materialized view, then the next refresh performed on any materialized views based on this master materialized view must be a complete refresh. An error is written to the import log file and the items are not imported if you attempt an import using the Data Pump Import utility that specifies the REMAP_SCHEMA import parameter to import an export dump file that contains materialized view logs in the specified schema. For example, suppose the following SQL statements create the oe.categories_tab object table at the orc1.example.com master site: If you want to create materialized views that can be fast refreshed based on the oe.categories_tab master table, then create a materialized view log for this table: The WITH OBJECT ID clause is required when you create a materialized view log on an object table. Contents. If you reorganize or truncate your master table, then your rowid materialized view must be COMPLETE refreshed because the rowids of the master table have changed. If the master has a primary key-based OID, then the OIDs of row objects in the materialized view are primary key-based. When creating a refresh group, you can configure the group so that Oracle automatically refreshes the group's materialized views at scheduled intervals. Using materialized views against remote tables is … Only use this type of configuration when you have in-depth knowledge of the database environment and can prevent any referential integrity problems. Partitioning of materialized view logs is the same as partitioning of tables. If necessary, you can maintain registration manually. You use the BEGIN_TABLE_REORGANIZATION and END_TABLE_REORGANIZATION procedures in the DBMS_MVIEW package to reorganize a master table. Changes made to the master table or master materialized view, as recorded by the materialized view log, are propagated to the materialized view during the refresh process. This technology enables you to roll out a database infrastructure to hundreds or thousands of users. In this case, the storage table is phone_store_ntab and the parent table is people_reltab. Notice that the statement uses subqueries so that the materialized view only contains employees whose country_id is UK. A combination materialized view log works in the same manner as a materialized view log that tracks only one type of value, except that more than one type of value is recorded. A receiver must be registered at a master materialized view site. Typically, you would rescope the REF column to the local object materialized view instead of the original remote object table. A materialized view refresh is an efficient batch operation that makes a materialized view reflect a more current state of its master table or master materialized view. During the refresh of a refresh group, each materialized view in the group is locked at the materialized view site for the amount of time required to refresh all of the materialized views in the refresh group. Use the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW LOG statement to create a materialized view log, which is a table associated with the master table of a materialized view. Some of these objects are optional and are used only as needed to support the created materialized view environment. So the longer you leave it between refreshes, the more data there will be. Figure 3-2 Comparison of Simple and Complex Materialized Views. PRIMARY KEY Specify PRIMARY KEY to indicate that the primary key of all rows changed should be recorded in the materialized view log. The default is NOCACHE. Like the internal trigger at the master site or master materialized view site, the internal trigger at the materialized view site records DML changes applied to an updatable materialized view in the USLOG$_materialized_view_name log. This requirement includes LOB columns with NOT NULL constraints. It was a pleasure to finally meet you. The following statement satisfies the original goal of the salesperson. Primary key materialized views that contain a selected class of subqueries can still be incrementally (or fast) refreshed, if each master referenced has a materialized view log. Followup . If you omit this clause, or if you specify the clause without PRIMARY KEY, ROWID, or OBJECT ID, then the database stores primary key values by default. Ensure that you account for the extra space required by these logs when you are planning for your master materialized view site. However, the simple materialized views can be refreshed more efficiently using fast refresh and materialized view logs. Also, if you have a complex materialized view that cannot be fast refreshed, then you might not have a materialized view log at the master site. Usually, a fast refresh takes less time than a complete refresh.A materialized views log is located in the master database in the same schema as the master table. You create object types using the CREATE TYPE ... AS OBJECT statement. For example, the following SQL statement creates the categories_typ user-defined type: When you create an object table based on this type, you can either specify that the object identifier should be system-generated or primary key-based: When you create a materialized view log on an object table, you must log the object identifier by specifying the WITH OBJECT ID clause, but you can also specify that the primary key is logged if the object identifier is primary key-based. The materialized view created by this statement is fast refreshable and updatable. Clauses that do not comply with the requirements detailed in "Restrictions for Materialized Views with Subqueries", Oracle Database Data Warehousing Guide for information about materialized views with aggregate functions and joins, Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for more information about the CONNECT BY clause, set operations, the DISTINCT keyword, and aggregate functions. Object ID: The materialized view records changes to the master object table or master object materialized view based on the object identifier of the affected row objects. Table 3-1 Required Privileges for Creating Materialized Views (Creator != Owner). For the parent table of a nested table to be fast refreshed, both the parent table and the nested table's storage table must have a materialized view log. Restrictions on the WITH Clause This clause is subject to the following restrictions: You can specify only one PRIMARY KEY, one ROWID, one OBJECT ID, one SEQUENCE, and one column list for each materialized view log. For information about which columns must be included, see "Logging Columns in the Materialized View Log". To accommodate multiple materialized view groups at the same materialized view site that are based on a single replication group at the master site or master materialized view site, you can specify a group owner as an additional identifier when defining your materialized view group. To drop a user-defined type from the materialized view site, use the DROP_MVIEW_REPOBJECT procedure in the DBMS_REPCAT package. To refresh the materialized view, the result set of the query replaces the existing materialized view data. Otherwise, the normal rules for connections through database links apply. The three mechanisms displayed in Figure 3-11 are required at a master site and at a master materialized view site to support fast refreshing of materialized views. Here, an inventory is a certain quantity of a product at a particular warehouse. Figure 3-13 Refresh Groups Can Contain Objects from Multiple Materialized View Groups. We are using Discoverer with a 9i Database in Archivelog mode. Restriction on Master Tables of Materialized View Logs You cannot create a materialized view log for a temporary table or for a view. For example, using the cust_address_typ user-defined data type described in the previous section, suppose a customers_sub master table is created at master site orc1.example.com: You can create the following read-only materialized view at a remote materialized view site: Notice that the postal_code attribute is specified in the cust_address column object. For example, materialized views based on masters that applications update often might require frequent refreshes. Owner: the user who owns the materialized view. For example, suppose a salesperson wants the product information for the products in a particular category_id that are either in a warehouse in California or contain the word "Rouge" in their translated product descriptions (for the French translation). When you use the UNION operator to create a materialized view, you have two SELECT statements around each UNION operator, one is above it and one is below it. Though you have the option of automating the refresh process by scheduling a job, you can manually refresh your materialized view on-demand, which is an ideal solution for sales applications running on a laptop. All of the restrictions described in the previous section, "Complex Materialized Views", for clauses with UNIONS. DROP MATERIALIZED VIEW LOG ON xyz; CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW LOG ON xyz WITH ROWID, SEQUENCE (a,b,c) Doing so enables you to define different subqueries for your materialized view definitions in each materialized view group, and allows each user to access only his or her subset of the data. If the master site or master materialized view site is local, then SELECT object privilege on the master and master's materialized view log or SELECT ANY TABLE system privilege. Whereas multimaster replication requires constant communication over the network, materialized view replication requires only periodic refreshes. A refresh group can contain up to 400 materialized views. Rather than wait for the next scheduled automatic group refreshes, you can manually refresh dependent materialized view groups to immediately propagate the new rows of the master table to associated materialized views. If a single materialized view site has multiple materialized view groups based on the same replication group at the master site or master materialized view site, then a materialized view group's object names cannot have the same name as materialized view objects in another materialized view group. When DML changes are made to master table data, Oracle Database stores rows describing those changes in the materialized view log and then uses the materialized view log to refresh materialized views based on the master table. When a fast refresh is performed on a materialized view, Oracle must examine all of the changes to the master table or master materialized view since the last refresh to see if any apply to the materialized view. Some materialized view sites might not need to replicate all of the data in master tables, and, in fact, these sites might not have the storage capacity for all of the data. To rescope a materialized view, you can either use the SCOPE FOR clause in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement, or you can use the ALTER MATERIALIZED VIEW statement after creating the materialized view. The ability to create materialized views that are based on other materialized views enables you to create multitier materialized views. Materialized View Logs. A read-only materialized view does not create this log, and Oracle does not use this log during a complete refresh because, in this case, the entire materialized view is replaced. Fast refreshes allow you to run refreshes more often, and in some cases you can make use of refreshes triggered on commit of changes to the base tables, but this can represent a significant overhe… If you refresh regularly and can sacrifice query performance, then use Method B (simple materialized view). For example, to find the object identifier (OID) for the cust_address_typ, enter the following query: Now that you know the OID for the type at the master site, complete the following steps to create the type at the materialized view site: Log in to the materialized view site as the user who owns the type at the master site. Oracle supports the creation of materialized views with collection columns. For data that will be accessed frequently, CACHE specifies that the blocks retrieved for this log are placed at the most recently used end of the least recently used (LRU) list in the buffer cache when a full table scan is performed. This materialized view is fast refreshable because the subquery in each union block satisfies the restrictions for subqueries described in "Restrictions for Materialized Views with Subqueries". Relative date expressions evaluate to a point in time relative to the most recent refresh date. For example, consider the following CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement: Here, the schema hr is specified in the query. Refresh-on-commit materialized views are those created using the ON COMMIT REFRESH clause in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement. create materialized view empdept_mv refresh fast on commit WITH ROWID as select a.rowid dept_rowid, b.rowid emp_rowid, a.dept_no,b.emp_no from dept a, emp b where a.dept_no=b.dept_no ; This subquery is one to many because one product can have multiple product descriptions (for different languages). Such a configuration reduces the amount of "overhead" needed to refresh your materialized views. With Oracle DBMS_MVIEW you can also refresh Oracle materialized views that are not part of the same purge logs or refresh group. When changes are made to master table data, Oracle Database stores those changes description in the materialized view log and then uses the materialized view log to refresh materialized views based on the master table. As described in the following section, you can rescope a REF column to a local materialized view or table at the materialized view site during creation of the materialized view. For example, a combination materialized view log can track both the primary key and the rowid of the affected row are recorded. This is a quick post regarding materialized views refresh. Online redefinition of tables is another possible way to reorganize master tables, but online redefinition is not allowed on master tables with materialized view logs, master materialized views, and materialized views. You cannot create a materialized view log for a table in the schema of the user SYS. A REF is an Oracle built-in data type that is a logical "pointer" to a row object in an object table. There are a few trade-offs to consider when you are deciding on the size of your refresh groups. After you have defined your materialized view group with the addition of a group owner, you add your materialized view objects to the target materialized view group by defining the same group owner. Row subsetting enables you to include only the rows that are needed from the master in the materialized views by using a WHERE clause. Specify delete to guarantee that rows are deleted from the materialized view log for at least one materialized view. This privilege can be granted either explicitly or through a role. When a REF column at a materialized view site points to a remote master, the REFs are considered dangling. Specifying Filter Columns for Materialized View Logs: Example The following statement creates a materialized view log on the sh.sales table and is used in "Creating Materialized Aggregate Views: Example". Updatable materialized views enable you to decrease the load on master sites because users can make changes to the data at the materialized view site. After you create the oe.category_typ type at the materialized view site with the same object identifier as the same type at the master site, you can create an object materialized view based on the oe.categories_tab object table using the OF type clause, as in the following SQL statement: If you create a materialized view based on an object table without using the OF type clause, then the materialized view is read-only, and it loses the object properties of the object table on which it is based. This tutorial provides an example of using a materialized view using the AV sample schema. Refreshes faster than an equal number of materialized views in multiple refresh groups, Materialized views locked for shorter periods of time, Refreshes with single replication management API call, Rollback of refresh changes due to loss of connectivity is less likely. Multiple OR conditions within a subquery can be connected with an AND condition. A master table can have only one materialized view log defined on it. To replicate schema objects based on user-defined types, the user-defined types themselves must exist, and must be exactly the same, at all replication sites. If you do not rescope the REF column, then they continue to point to the remote master. Reduce Resource Requirements: If the materialized view is located on a laptop, then hard disks are generally significantly smaller than the hard disks on a corporate server. Materialized views improve query performance by precalculating expensive join and aggregation operations on the database prior to … In addition to the materialized view mechanisms described in the previous section, several other mechanisms organize the materialized views at the materialized view site. You can make a materialized view read-only during creation by omitting the FOR UPDATE clause or disabling the equivalent option in the Advanced Replication interface in Oracle Enterprise Manager. Secure Sensitive Data: Users can only view data that satisfies the defining query for the materialized view. Table 3-1 shows the required privileges when the creator of the materialized view is not the owner. Data subsetting enables you to replicate information that pertains only to a particular site. The following is an example of a read-only materialized view: You can make a materialized view updatable during creation by including the FOR UPDATE clause or enabling the equivalent option in the Advanced Replication interface in Oracle Enterprise Manager. For example, if the hr_repg materialized view group owned by hr is based on the associated master group at the orc1.example.com master site, then the hr_repg materialized view group owned by personnel must also be based on the associated master group at orc1.example.com, assuming that the hr and personnel owned groups are at the same materialized view site. 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