Localbehavior, nolocalbehavior Channel Options

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One or more of the options discussed on this page are restricted. Restricted options are not intended for general use and if set may cause severe operational problems. If you believe you need to set a restricted option you should first check with Oracle support.


Local-channel-like behavior (localbehavior, nolocalbehavior)

Use of localbehavior or nolocalbehavior is RESTRICTED: do not use unless explicitly instructed to do so by Oracle.

The localbehavior channel option enables certain local-channel-like behaviors, including subsuming aliaslocal and routelocal effects. Explicit setting of localbehavior or nolocalbehavior is not usually appropriate; instead, channel defaults, optionally modified in specific ways via options such as aliaslocal or routelocal, should be used.


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