DiffKit evolves the traditional *nix "diff" utility for the enterprise. It is an application, and a framework, for comparing two tables of data, field-by-field. The tables can come from any of a number of sources, such as an RDBMS or CSV file, and DiffKit is able to mix different kinds of sources in the same diff operation. DiffKit is highly customizable with respect to the sources of tabular data, the details of the comparison, and the characteristics of the output (diff report).
Unlike the Oracle database, the Oracle TimesTen in-memory database does not have built-in auditing features. However, using TimesTen’s event notification API, JMS/XLA (documented in the TimesTen Java User’s Guide), an application called ttAudit.java has been developed to provide very detailed auditing that can be stored in a flat file or in an Oracle database. JDBC skills are required to work on the project. Contact me at email@example.com .