ArcSDE and SQL Server contained databases?

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09-23-2015 04:16 AM
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New Contributor II

Does the SQL Server 2012 'contained databases' (see Contained Databases ) fit the system requirements of the Enterprise Geodatabase / ArcSDE?

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Contained Databases are supported ArcGIS 10.2.2 onwards.

Please check NIM089518 for more details.

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Contained Databases are supported ArcGIS 10.2.2 onwards.

Please check NIM089518 for more details.

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I see a reference to NIM089518.  A quick google search as well as a search on the ESRI reveal no other results (besides this Geonet post).  Is this information available internally only to ESRI staff or is available to end users like myself?  

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FAQ: Does ArcGIS support SQL Server partially contained databases? 

For details regarding NIM089518, you need to contact Esri Tech Support. I don't think that NIM was published publicly.

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Are contained databases a concept recognized solely in SQL Server?  If not, does Oracle support contained databases and at what version of Oracle are contained databases recognized?

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Good question, I'd also like to know this.  While I admittedly am more focused on the SQL side of things (hey we're a SQL shop! haha), I'm curious about Oracle as well.

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Oracle database requirements for ArcGIS 10.6.x—System Requirements | ArcGIS Desktop 

Oracle database requirements for ArcGIS Pro 2.2—Help | ArcGIS Desktop 

  • A new option in Oracle 12c, called Multitenant Architecture, consisting of a container database that can hold many pluggable databases, is supported at the pluggable database level. ArcGIS supports the same functionality in pluggable databases as is supported for Oracle 11g R2.
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Many thanks to your prompt response!

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