Re: dataguard logical standby issue
Edward, if you don't actually need DML and/or DDL for the SYSMAN schema propogated to the logical standby, then just set the schema to be skipped and it should be able to move past the statement(s) that are failing. However, having said that, a few weeks ago, a few transactions for an already-set-to-skip schema caused SQL Apply to stop. Both DDL and DML for this schema were set to be skipped and have been all along. I ended up calling the skip procedure again for that schema and SQL Apply was then able to move on with its life. The name of the object that your standby is choking on looks like something that is system-generated and, therefore, will probably be different in every database where the DDL is run to create it. Also, you can call the skip_error or skip_transaction procedures or you can "alter database start logical standby apply skip failed transaction" as many times as it takes to get past the problem transactions.
BTW, I'm on 10.1.0.5
, so whatever I recommend is based on my experiences with logical standby in that version.