What is protocol IPC?

What is protocol IPC?

IPC (Inter Process Communications) is a SQL*Net protocol similar to the BEQ protocol in that it is only used for local connections (when client and server programs reside on the same system). IPC can be used to establish Dedicated Server and Shared Server connections. A listener is required to make IPC connections.

What is bequeath connection?

The Bequeath technique enables clients to connect to a database without using the network listener. Oracle’s Bequeath protocol internally spawns a server process for each client application. It does the same operation that a remote network listener does for the connection locally.

What is bequeath Definer in SQL?

BEQUEATH. Use the BEQUEATH clause to specify whether functions referenced in the view are executed using the view invoker’s rights or the view definer’s rights.

What is IPC and TCP?

TCP Application Protocol is an IPC (Inter-process Communication) created to provide common remote interface for between applications.

How many types of IPC are there?

At present, the IPC is divided into 23 chapters and contains 511 sections in total.

What is an Editionable view?

EDITIONABLE is a keyword relating to Edition-based Redefinition. This is a mechanism Oracle provides which allows us to support multiple versions of the same object in our database. This can be very useful for wrangling complex deployments in live environments.

What is local IPC?

The Local Inter-Process Communication (LPC, often also referred to as Local Procedure Call or Lightweight Procedure Call) is an internal, undocumented inter-process communication facility provided by the Microsoft Windows NT kernel for lightweight IPC between processes on the same computer.

What is IPC in distributed system?

Interprocess Communication is a process of exchanging the data between two or more independent process in a distributed environment is called as Interprocess communication. Interprocess communication on the internet provides both Datagram and stream communication.