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Managing Multimedia and Unstructured Data in the Oracle Database by Marcelle Kratochvil

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Loading decisions

When loading digital objects, the following issues need to be addressed as part of the load process:

  • Where are the digital objects found?
  • Can the database access them? (security)
  • Is there sufficient storage to handle them?
  • If archiving is enabled, is there sufficient storage for the archives?
  • Will there be different types of digital objects (audio, video, images, documents)?
  • For each type, what are the processing rules? (watermark, cropping, rotation)
  • For each type, what derivatives are needed?
  • For the processing, which server should it be performed?
  • If the digital objects are loaded singularly, how long will the load take to run? Will it run in a realistic time frame?
  • Should the load be broken up into separate tasks, which can be run ...

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