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by Michael New, MichaelNew@earthlink.net, Gradation LLC

While researching for information on setting the FAL_CLIENT and FAL_SERVER initialization parameters for Oracle9i Data Guard, I was very fortunate to run across a white paper by Michael New entitled "Implementing Oracle9i Data Guard". I quickly found the answer I was looking for in this article, and was pleased to find other fine points that could not be found in any of Oracle's official documentation. Mr. New's white paper goes far beyond a simple overview of Oracle's Data Guard features, but rather provides thorough examples, best practices, and recommended configurations.

The white paper is organized with well-constructed examples that allow the reader to follow along on their own Oracle database to help further clarify features.

The Implementing Oracle9i Data Guard white paper is available in both MS Word and PDF form using the links below:

   Implementing Oracle9i Data Guard
   Implementing Oracle9i Data Guard

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