CDC is deprecated in 12c. Use "total recall"/flashback archiving/whatever-it-is-called.
The basic functionality of "total recall" is now part of 12c and (i believe) 184.108.40.206+
220.127.116.11 and before, it is part of the Advance Compression add-on (or a totally separate add on for ~11.1)
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I am using Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition
I am having a table inside my DB with the name Person, now i want to keep tack of all such records where person name was updated. For this i enable the Audit Trail but it only provides me information about the OS and User not about the data change. However in my case i need to keep information about the New and Old data along with OS and User Information.
How can this be done?
Write a trigger on the table that fires when the name column changes. In that trigger you can write the data changes to your own new log table.
Thanks. I see now.
I had something similar (ie 'who' mad the change).
My solution to the requirement: I just added a "modified by user" column to the tables that needed to be audited.
DELETEs would be my only concern...
I lucked out because those particular tables have a business rule of 'do not delete data'.
Maybe in future versions, Oracle could allow Flashback Archive to automagically track session state data also.