The duplicate database can be identical to the target database or contain only a subset of the tablespaces in the target database. A standby database is a copy of the primary database that you can update continually or periodically with archived logs from the primary database.
It utilizes the technique of Transportable Tablesspaces – cross-platform, cross- Endianness, cross-version – but lets Oracle Data Pump do all the “dirty” work of rebuilding everything kept in your tablespace including views, synonyms, public objects, grants, sequences etc etc etc.
Two requirements must be met to use this new functionality: Let me know if you have further questions – and this restriction on Oracle 220.127.116.11 with BP12 applies to the intermediate instance you’ll use to roll forward your converted incremental backups only.
Source might be Oracle 10.2 whereas target might be also an Oracle 18.104.22.168 installation.
The Recovery Manager continues to enhance and extend the reliability, efficiency, and availability of Oracle Database Backup and Recovery.
In this article series, I will be explaining the new features and how they help the Oracle community.