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I am trying to do a connection between tables/fields between our Postgresql database and an Oracle database. When updates are made in one it needs to be as closely as possible updated in the other, back and forth. I have tried to install the UnixODBC rpms (and others), but to no avail. We are mired in thousands of dependencies that seem to go on forever! Each time I seem to be close to possibly getting it to install it comes back needing even more RPMs. There must be a solution out there that will allow me to accomplish this without all this headache. Anything anyone can suggest would be appreciated.

  • The one solution to accomplish this without much effort is to hire someone who will do it for you. – mustaccio Mar 19 '19 at 19:53
  • Why don't you use a foreign table? – a_horse_with_no_name Mar 19 '19 at 20:13
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You are looking for a master-master-replication between oracle and PostgreSQL ? As mentioned in comments you should use foreign tables for. For example you can use the oracle_fdw extension to integrate your oracle tables into PostgreSQL. You need to complie the extension with your oracle client libraries. The extension you can found here https://github.com/laurenz/oracle_fdw

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