In an Oracle Data Guard environment, the Scheduler includes additional support for two database roles: primary and logical standby. You can configure a job to run only when the database is in the primary role or only when the database is in the logical standby role. To do so, you set the database_role attribute. This example explains how to enable a job to run in both database roles. The method used is to create two copies of the job and assign a different database_role attribute to each.
By default, a job runs when the database is in the role that it was in when the job was created. You can run the same job in both roles using the following steps:
The example starts by creating a job called primary_job on the primary database. It then makes a copy of this job and sets its database_role attribute to 'LOGICAL STANDBY'. If the primary database then becomes a logical standby, the job continues to run according to its schedule.
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I know this documentation.
But my automated maintenance tasks still to not run.
I start understandig that parameter job_queue_processes is important and also the database guard status.
Can you give me some information about the dependencies of this parameters?
Regards and thanks