How to Manage a CDC Instance
This procedure describes how to use the CDC Designer Console to manage CDC instance operations at runtime.
To manage CDC instance operations
From the Start menu, select the CDC Designer Console.
In the left pane, expand Change Data Capture then expand the service that contains the instance you want to view.
Select the name of an instance you want to work with.
From the Actions pane on the right side of the CDC Designer Console, click on the operation you want to carry out.
You can also right-click the name of the instance in the left pane and select the operation you want to carry out.
You can carry out the following tasks:
Start: To start capturing changes.
Stop: To stop capturing changes
Reset: Click Reset to reset the CDC instance to its initial (empty) state. This option is available when the CDC instance is stopped. All changes in the change tables and the CDC instance internal state are deleted. When the CDC instance is started later on, change capture will start from that point in time and only includes transactions that started after the CDC instance started.
Delete: To delete the CDC instance.
Oracle Logging Script: Click Oracle Logging Script to display the Oracle Logging script dialog box with the Oracle supplemental-logging script. For information on what you can do in this dialog box, see Oracle Supplemental Logging Script.
Note: When you run the supplemental logging scripts, the Oracle Credentials for Running Script dialog box opens where you provide a valid Oracle user name and password. For information on how to provide the proper Oracle credentials, see Oracle Credentials for Running Script.
CDC Instance Deployment: To generate a deployment script for the CDC Instance. For information about this dialog box, see CDC Instance Deployment Script.
For more information about these tasks, see Manage a CDC Instance.
You can also select Properties to edit the CDC instance configuration properties. For more information about editing the CDC instance properties, see Edit Instance Properties.