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Oracle Cloud : Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) - Create Service

This article provides a run through of creating a new Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) service on the Oracle Cloud.

The screens change a little with each quarterly release of Oracle Cloud. Even so, the screen shots in this article will give you a good idea of what is involved.

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Create Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) Service

Log into Oracle Cloud and click the "Create Instance" link.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Dashboard

Click on the "Create" button in the "Database (OCI)" tile.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Create Instance

Open the menu by clicking the hamburger on the top-left of the screen.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Menu

Click on the "Autonomous Transaction Processing" menu option.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : ATP Menu Item

Select the compartment you want to build the service in, then click the "Create Autonomous Transaction Processing" button.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : OCI Dashboard

Enter the details of the service you want to create. The default sizes are 1 CPU core and 1TB of storage. Remember to select the appropriate licensing model. Click the "Create Autonomous Transaction Processing" button.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Creation Details

Wait while the service is provisioned. You will see the state is marked as "Provisioning".

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Privisioning

Once the state changes to "Available", drill down into the service by clicking on the service name in the list.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Available

The details screen allows you to perform some basic operations with the service, including scale up/down, manual backups and restores from backups. Click on the "Service Console" button.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Details

Enter the credentials you specified during the service creation and sign in.

You are presented with the dashboard, which will look quite empty as the service has just been provisioned. Click the "Activity" link on the left menu.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Console

You are presented with the activity screen, which will look relatively quiet as the service has just been provisioned. Click the "Administration" link on the left menu.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Activity

The administration screen allows you to perform some basic administration of the service.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Administration

Connecting to the Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) Service Using SQL Developer

Go to the administration screen for the service and click the "Download Client Credentials" like.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Administration

Enter the password to protect the credentials store.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : Download Credentials

Open SQL Developer and create a new connection. Use the username and password specified when you provisioned the service. Use a connection type of "Cloud PDB" and enter the zip file location. You can now click the "Test" or "Connect" button.

Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) : SQL Developer Connection

Connecting to the Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) Service Using SQL*Plus

If you want to use SQL*Plus or SQLcl you will need to do a bit of setup. Start by downloading the credentials zip file as described in the previous section.

Create a location for the wallet, place the zip file into it and unzip it.

mkdir -p /tmp/atp_wallet
cd /tmp/atp_wallet
# Download the credentials zip and place it in this new directory.
unzip wallet_OBATP.zip

Edit the "sqlnet.ora" file, specifying the correct wallet location.

cat > sqlnet.ora <<EOF
WALLET_LOCATION = (SOURCE = (METHOD = file) (METHOD_DATA = (DIRECTORY="/tmp/atp_wallet")))
SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH=yes
EOF

Set the TNS_ADMIN environment variable if you are using a non-standard location, as we are here.

export TNS_ADMIN=/tmp/atp_wallet

You should now be able to connect using the wallet by specifying one of the entries provided in the "tnsnames.ora" file from the zip.

sqlplus my_user/MyPassword123@obatp_high
impdp my_user/MyPassword123@obatp_high ....

Create a New User

Log into your ATP cloud service, as described above.

Create a new user and grant it the DWROLE role. You can grant other roles and privileges, but the DWROLE role will give the user access to the DBMS_CLOUD package.

--DROP USER my_user CASCADE;
CREATE USER my_user IDENTIFIED BY "MyPassword123";
GRANT dwrole TO my_user;

You can now connect to the user in a similar way to that described above.

Loading Data

The same methods for loading data into the Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) service can be used for the ATP service.

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Hope this helps. Regards Tim...

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