- Are total process records = inserts + updates + deletes +discards + ignores? Generally total process records = inserts + updates + deletes +discards + ignores - Are update collisions is part of updates ? Yes - Are delete collisions is part of deletes? Yes - Are total successfully process records = inserts + updates + deletes? Yes - Can HANDLECOLLISIONS handle ORA-00001 error? No, HANDLECOLLISIONS can not handle ORA-00001 error. This error is an unique constraint violation error. HANDLECOLLISIONS control whether or not replicate tries to resolve duplicate-record and missing-record errors when applying SQL on the target. These errors can occur during an initial load, when data from source tables is being loaded to target tables while Oracle Golden Gate is replicating transactional changes that are being made to those tables. You can read more about HANDLECOLLISIONS and NOHANDLECOLLISIONS in Oracle® GoldenGate Windows and UNIX Reference Guide. - How to find the value of bind variable when error is occured by update statement? In case you want to capture conflict records, you can capture the conflict records to discard file. Also the conflict record can be written to trace table. - How to capture the conflict records to discard file? A discard file is generated when the error condition is encountered by the extract or replicat, and there is a database error generated from a DDL operation. Discard file is generally used to do the troubleshooting. The location of the discard file, is determined by the DISCARDFILE parameter in the Extract or Replicat parameter file. DISCARDFILE [, APPEND | PURGE | MEGABYTES ] Where: <file name> is the discard file name. APPEND adds new content to existing content if the file already exists. PURGE purges the file vefore writing new content. MEGABYTES <N> sets the maximum size of the file, in megabytes. The default is 1MB.