The join expression must use exact match or equality comparisons (that is, equi-joins). 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. Look at the relationships in Figure 3-4, and notice that the orders table and customers table are related through the customer_id column. For example, you can drop the objects as a group. Oracle offers several types of materialized views to meet the needs of many different replication (and nonreplication) situations. Specify the tablespace in which the materialized view log is to be created. At the master site and master materialized view site, an Oracle database automatically registers information about a materialized view based on its master table(s) or master materialized view(s). See "Master Site and Master Materialized View Site Mechanisms". If the collection column is a nested table, then you can optionally specify the nested_table_storage_clause during materialized view creation. Will there be any improvement in refresh timing if Mview refresh is in the same database (database 1) in a different schema . If the refresher of a materialized view is not the owner, certain privileges must be granted to the refresher and to the owner. For information about which columns must be included, see "Logging Columns in the Materialized View Log". If the WITH ROWID clause is specified for a REF column, then Oracle maintains the rowid of the object referenced in the REF. There are 4 different options that we will try in order to achieve a parallel MV refresh. The following sections describe each type of materialized view and also describe some environments for which they are best suited. PCT is also used to support fast refresh after partition maintenance operations on a materialized view's master table. You can also replicate collections. In addition to the UNION operation, this statement contains the following subqueries: A subquery referencing the product_information table and the product_descriptions table. Master Site and Master Materialized View Site Mechanisms. This company has one main office in 14 countries and many regional offices for cities in these countries. Users can perform DML operations on a writeable materialized view, but if you refresh the materialized view, then these changes are not pushed back to the master and the changes are lost in the materialized view itself. Though the difference between materialized view logs based on primary keys and rowids is small (one records affected rows using the primary key, while the other records affected rows using the physical rowid), the practical impact is large. A materialized view log is located in the master database in the same schema as the master table. Oracle materialized view mlog$ table The mlogs$_ is the materialized view log created with the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW LOG command. Invalid rowid hints can cause performance problems. Materialized views are updated through an efficient batch process from a single master site or master materialized view site. User-defined types include all types created using the CREATE TYPE statement, including object, nested table, VARRAY, and indextype. Simple Materialized Views with a Joined View, Description of "Figure 3-1 Materialized View Connected to a Single Master Site", "Data Type Considerations for Replicated Tables", "Logging Columns in the Materialized View Log", "Materialized Views Based on Object Tables", "Restrictions for Materialized Views with Subqueries", Description of "Figure 3-2 Comparison of Simple and Complex Materialized Views", "Column Subsetting with Deployment Templates", Description of "Figure 3-3 Row Subsetting with Many to One Subqueries", Description of "Figure 3-4 Row Subsetting with One to Many Subqueries", Description of "Figure 3-5 Row Subsetting with Many to Many Subqueries", Description of "Figure 3-6 Row Subsetting with Subqueries and Unions", Description of "Figure 3-7 Multitier Materialized Views ", Description of "Figure 3-8 Levels of Materialized Views", Description of "Figure 3-9 Master Materialized Views", Oracle Database Object-Relational Developer's Guide, Oracle Database Advanced Replication Management API Reference, Oracle Database PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference, Description of "Figure 3-10 Materialized View Replication Objects", Description of "Figure 3-11 Master Site and Master Materialized View Site Objects", "Data Subsetting with Materialized Views", "Master Site and Master Materialized View Site Mechanisms", Figure 3-10, "Materialized View Replication Objects", Description of "Figure 3-12 Materialized View Groups Correspond with Master Groups", Description of "Figure 3-13 Refresh Groups Can Contain Objects from Multiple Materialized View Groups", Description of "Figure 3-14 Fast Refresh of a Materialized View". A number is appended if an index with the same name already exists at the materialized view site. Consequently, REFs to the rows in the object table remain valid at the materialized view site. However, in some replication environments, different users perform these operations on a particular materialized view. Specify delete to guarantee that rows are deleted from the materialized view log for at least one materialized view. You create varrays with the CREATE TYPE ... AS VARRAY statement, and you create nested tables with the CREATE TYPE ... AS TABLE statement. This subquery is many to one because many inventories can be stored in one warehouse. Oracle can refresh a materialized view using either a fast, complete, or force refresh. A primary key log, created either explicitly or by default, performs additional checking on the primary key constraint. If you omit schema, then Oracle Database assumes the master table is contained in your own schema. Oracle examines a user-defined type and assigns the hashcode. After a direct path load on a master table or master materialized view using SQL*Loader, a fast refresh does not apply the changes that occurred during the direct path load. Advanced Replication does not support type inheritance, and Advanced Replication does not support types created with the NOT FINAL clause. Consider a scenario where you have the order_items table and inventories table in the oe schema, and you want to create a materialized view of the inventories table based on data in both the inventories table and the order_items table. The previous example works well for individual materialized views that do not have any referential constraints to other materialized views. Oracle Database creates the materialized view log in the schema of its master table. The type has the same object identifier at both the materialized view site and the master site. All join columns must be included in the materialized view log of the master, even if the subquery is many to one. For complete information on this clause, refer to parallel_clause in the documentation on CREATE TABLE. The following statement uses the UNION operator and subqueries to capture this data in a materialized view for products in category_id 29: Figure 3-6 shows the relationships of the master tables involved in this statement. If new inventories that are greater than zero are identified for products in the order_items table, then the new data will be propagated to the materialized view site during the subsequent refresh process. If you own the master table, then you can create an associated materialized view log if you have the CREATE TABLE privilege. 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). The type has exactly the same data type for each attribute at both the materialized view site and the master site. Additionally, if you create the materialized view log with ROWID you should create the materialized view with rowid. This company has many computers at both the national and local level that replicate data. To be fast refreshed, the defining query for a materialized view must observe certain restrictions. Here, an inventory is a certain quantity of a product at a particular warehouse. In this case, the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement that creates the orders materialized view has a subquery with a many to one relationship, because there can be many orders for each customer. The nested_table_storage_clause is optional. For a ROWID materialized view, the index is on the ROWID column and has the name I_SNAP$_materialized_view_name. The department_id column must be logged in the materialized view log for the hr.employees master table at orc1.example.com. Row ID: The materialized view records changes to the master table or master materialized view based on the rowid of the affected rows. Updatable materialized views based on materialized views must: Belong to a materialized view group that has the same name as the materialized view group at its master materialized view site. For example, consider the following object type: At all replication sites, street_address must be the first attribute for this type and must be VARCHAR2(40), postal_code must be the second attribute and must be VARCHAR2(10), city must be the third attribute and must be VARCHAR2(30), and so on. A materialized view is a replica of a target master from a single point in time. For example, a combination materialized view log can track both the primary key and the rowid of the affected row are recorded. SQL - Materialized View in Oracle. Therefore, you use the WITH ROWID clause to specify a rowid hint. If you choose this option, then you must ensure the following: The type is in the same schema at both the materialized view site and the master site. To create a materialized view based on an object table, the types on which the materialized view depends must exist at the materialized view site, and each type must have the same object identifier as it does at the master site. Action: Create a materialized view log on the master table. These actions can occur indirectly when they are performed on the materialized view that contains the nested table. A materialized view is a transactionally (read) consistent reflection of its master as the data existed at a specific point in time (that is, at creation or when a refresh occurs). To accomplish the salesperson's goal, you can create a materialized view with a subquery on the many to many relationship between the order_items table and the inventories table. In this scenario, the hr.employees master table is at headquarters in the United States and each regional office has a an hr.employees materialized view that only contains the necessary employee information. So the longer you leave it between refreshes, the more data there will be. This is the default. When replicating user-defined types and the schema objects on which they are based, the following conditions apply: The user-defined types replicated at the master site and materialized view site must be created at the materialized view site before you create any materialized views that depend on these types. You can use a CREATE TYPE statement at the materialized view site to create the type. Consider your environment's tolerance for stale data: if there is a low tolerance, then refresh often; whereas if there is a high tolerance, then refresh less often. A materialized view log is located in the master database in the same schema as the master table. This tutorial provides an example of using a materialized view using the AV sample schema. Oracle 9i came with two packages, dbms_mview.explain_mview and dbms_mview.explain_rewrite that could be used to diagnose why a materialized view wasn't being used for query rewrite. Materialized View Log - snaptime$$ What does snaptime$$ column in a materialized view log represent? The subquery must use EXISTS to connect each nested level (IN is not allowed). A master table can have only one materialized view log defined on it. This information includes the values of the primary key, rowid, or object id, or both, as well as the values of the other columns logged in the materialized view log. Figure 3-9 illustrates an example that shows a master materialized view at level 1 (orders_1) and level 2 (orders_2). However, the simple materialized views can be refreshed more efficiently using fast refresh and materialized view logs. The materialized view in Database II exhibits efficient query performance because the join operation was completed during the materialized view's refresh. 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. This examination includes the type attributes, order of attributes, and type name. Materialized views that are based on other materialized views can be read-only or updatable. As you can see, the materialized view created by this statement is fast refreshable and updatable. That is, an object materialized view is composed of row objects, and each row object is identified by an object identifier (OID) column. Updatable materialized view is useful if you are looking to replicate the changes happened on the client site to the master site. Manual refresh is an ideal solution when the refresh is performed with a dial-up network connection. Figure 3-13 Refresh Groups Can Contain Objects from Multiple Materialized View Groups. For example, consider a company with international, national, and local offices. You can also use the EXPLAIN_MVIEW procedure in the DBMS_MVIEW package to determine the following information about an existing materialized view or a proposed materialized view that does not yet exist: If a capability is not possible, why it is not possible. Writeable materialized views are typically allowed wherever fast-refreshable read-only materialized views are allowed. Collections are user-defined data types that are based on VARRAY and nested table data types. The ability to create materialized views that are based on other materialized views enables you to create multitier materialized views. These privileges can be granted either explicitly or through a role. You can create materialized views with REF columns. 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. Materialized view log is a table associated with the master table of a materialized view. 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. Specifically, to create a user-defined type that is exactly the same at the master site and the materialized view site, use the CREATE_MVIEW_REPOBJECT procedure in the DBMS_REPCAT package. If the master has a system generated OID, then the OIDs of row objects in the materialized view are system generated. 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. Also, for fast refreshes to be faster than complete refreshes, each join column in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement must have an index on it. You can find the object identifier for a type by querying the DBA_TYPES data dictionary view. A scoped REF requires less storage space and provides more efficient access than an unscoped REF. A materialized view can be either read-only, updatable, or writeable. The materialized view log is created in the same schema as the target master. 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. Consider a replication environment with the following characteristics: Master site orc1.example.com has the oe.customers table. 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. Whereas multimaster replication requires constant communication over the network, materialized view replication requires only periodic refreshes. To avoid conflicting names, you can append the group owner name to the end of your object name. Therefore, having smaller refresh groups means that the materialized views are locked for less time when you perform a refresh. This restriction does not apply to many to one subqueries. Refresh-on-commit materialized views are those created using the ON COMMIT REFRESH clause in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement. The default is the logging characteristic of the tablespace in which the materialized view log resides. 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. In this case, the storage table is phone_store_ntab and the parent table is people_reltab. Relative date expressions evaluate to a point in time relative to the most recent refresh date. That is, such a materialized view has regular rows, not row objects. If necessary, you can maintain registration manually. Be based on a materialized view in a materialized view group that is owned by PUBLIC at the master materialized view site. 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. Oracle is optimized for large refresh groups. Network connectivity must be maintained while performing a refresh. Unscoped REF columns always continue to point to the master. 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. For a primary key materialized view, the index corresponds to the primary key of the target master table or master materialized view and has the name materialized_view_name_PK. The materialized view resides in this user's schema. Figure 3-6 Row Subsetting with Subqueries and Unions. Restriction on OBJECT ID You can specify OBJECT ID only when creating a log on an object table, and you cannot specify it for storage tables. If the user-defined type is an object type, then all replication sites must agree on the order and data type of the attributes in the object type. A DELETE CASCADE constraint used with an updatable materialized view must be deferrable. If you do not rescope the REF column, then they continue to point to the remote master. In contrast, materialized views based on relatively static masters usually require infrequent refreshes. The following restrictions apply to materialized views with collection columns: Row subsetting of collection columns is not allowed. A fast refresh of the level 2 materialized view oe.customers_sf pushes the new value for the credit_limit to oe.customers_region materialized view at ca.us. Specify either LOGGING or NOLOGGING to establish the logging characteristics for the materialized view log. A materialized view, or snapshot as they were previously known, is a table segment whose contents are periodically refreshed based on a query, either against a local or remote table. Oracle logs information about this insert in the updatable materialized view log. Almost certainly so. So, a certain product can be in many order items and in many inventories. It takes around 4 hrs to refresh the Materialized View. Similarly, if a customer's credit limit drops to less than $10,000, then the customer's data will be removed from the materialized view during the subsequent refresh process. If a fast refresh is attempted for such a materialized view after its master materialized view has performed a complete refresh, then Oracle returns the following error: To perform a fast refresh, the master that manages the materialized view first identifies the changes that occurred in the master since the most recent refresh of the materialized view and then applies these changes to the materialized view. Restriction on Master Tables of Materialized View Logs, Creating a Materialized View Log: Examples, Specifying Filter Columns for Materialized View Logs: Example, Specifying Join Columns for Materialized View Logs: Example, Including New Values in Materialized View Logs: Example, Description of the illustration create_materialized_vw_log.gif, Description of the illustration physical_attributes_clause.gif, Description of the illustration logging_clause.gif, Description of the illustration parallel_clause.gif, Description of the illustration new_values_clause.gif, "Creating a Materialized View Log: Examples", "Specifying Filter Columns for Materialized View Logs: Example", "Specifying Join Columns for Materialized View Logs: Example", "Including New Values in Materialized View Logs: Example", "Creating Materialized Aggregate Views: Example", "Creating a Fast Refreshable Materialized View: Example". If you do not drop such a materialized view and the materialized view tries to refresh to a master materialized view that has been dropped, Oracle returns an error. A fast refresh uses materialized view logs to update only the rows that have changed since the last refresh. Depending on the amount of data that satisfies the defining query, a complete refresh can take a substantially longer amount of time to perform than a fast refresh. A master materialized view functions the same way a master table does at a master site. Instead of the entire company accessing a single database server, user load is distributed across multiple database servers. In addition to not requiring a dedicated network connection, replicating data with materialized views increases data availability by providing local access to the target data. Given these characteristics, the following scenario might follow: The credit_limit for a customer is changed from 3000 to 5000 in the oe.customers_sf updatable materialized view at sf.ca. 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. Similarly, if a customer cancels an order for a product and there are no other orders for the product in the order_items table, then the inventories for the product will be removed from the materialized view during the subsequent refresh process. Table 3-1 shows the required privileges when the creator of the materialized view is not the owner. If you do not perform these actions, then quiesce the master group before you perform the administration operations on it. If new customers are identified that have an order total greater than $20,000, then the new data will be propagated to the materialized view site during the subsequent refresh process. If a fast refresh is not possible, then Oracle performs a complete refresh. 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… The following sections explain more about Oracle's materialized view registration mechanism. (physical_attributes_clause::=, logging_clause::=, parallel_clause::=, table_partitioning_clauses ::= (in CREATE TABLE), new_values_clause::=). Then, the data at the master site or master materialized view site is pulled down and applied to the materialized view. Note: These privileges for the owner must be granted to the user explicitly, not through a role. If multiple materialized views are created, only one materialized view log per base table is required, with all columns that are used in at least one of the materialized views. When you create a refresh group for automatic refreshing, you must specify a scheduled refresh interval for the group during the creation process. For example, you can use the EXISTS condition, but not the NOT EXISTS condition. You can also use this clause to add a sequence to the materialized view log to provide additional ordering information for its records. However, you can use row subsetting on the parent table of a nested table and doing so can result in a subset of the nested tables in the materialized view. This process is called incremental or fast refresh. A master table is located at the target master site while a master materialized view is located at a master materialized view site. Articles Related Query Rewrite The end user queries the tables and views in the database. If you do not use the replication management API for these actions, then replication errors might result. The nested_table_storage_clause lets you specify the name of the storage table for the nested table in the materialized view. When setting a group's refresh interval, consider the following characteristics: The dates or date expressions specifying the refresh interval must evaluate to a future point in time. The following sections provide examples of situations where a subquery is useful. Decide how and when to refresh each materialized view to make it more current. Each nested level can only reference the table in the level above it. My question is regarding the refresh of MVs. There are a few trade-offs to consider when you are deciding on the size of your refresh groups. To keep a materialized view's data relatively current with the data of its master, the materialized view must be refreshed periodically. In summary, to decide which method to use: If you refresh rarely and want faster query performance, then use Method A (complex materialized view). Ensure that you account for the extra space required by these logs when you are planning for your master materialized view site. It seems that snaptime$$ always has the same time. Simple Materialized Views with a Joined View: Method B in Figure 3-2 shows two simple materialized views in Database II, as well as a view that performs the join in the materialized view's database. To refresh materialized views, Oracle supports several refresh types and methods of initiating a refresh. If you require a materialized view whose defining query is more general and cannot observe the restrictions, then the materialized view is complex and cannot be fast refreshed. That is, changes pushed from a level 2 materialized view to a level 1 materialized view are handled in exactly the same way that changes pushed from a level 1 materialized view to a master table are handled. 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. If the creator of a materialized view is not the owner, certain privileges must be granted to the creator and to the owner to create a materialized view. The following statement creates another version of the materialized view log with the ROWID clause, which enables fast refresh for more types of materialized views: This materialized view log on customers makes fast refresh possible for rowid materialized views and for materialized join views. Usually, a fast refresh takes less time than a complete refresh. If you specify force refresh, then you might not receive any errors because, when a force refresh is requested, Oracle automatically performs a complete refresh if it cannot perform a fast refresh. Here, the defining query in the CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW statement on the customers table has a subquery with a one to many relationship. Figure 3-11 Master Site and Master Materialized View Site Objects. Query performance against the view would not be as good as the query performance against the complex materialized view in Method A. Table 3-1 Required Privileges for Creating Materialized Views (Creator != Owner). Additional indexes can be created by Oracle at the remote materialized view site to support fast refreshing of materialized views with subqueries. However, the database does not store primary key values implicitly if you specify only OBJECT ID or ROWID at create time. That is, the privileges granted to the owner cannot be granted through a role. The outermost SELECT list columns do not match for the queries in the UNION. The following statement creates the hr.employees materialized view for the United Kingdom office. The arrows in Figure 3-1 represent database links. Secure Sensitive Data: Users can only view data that satisfies the defining query for the materialized view. These benefits, combined with mass deployment and data subsetting (both of which also reduce network loads), greatly enhance the performance and reliability of your replicated database. If you do not specify this clause, Oracle automatically names the storage table. 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