Which two are true about the creation of a Data Guard Broker configuration?
In a broker configuration, the primary database name must match the DB_UNIQUE_NAME value in the
database initialization parameter file.
A primary database profile may be added to the configuration prior to creating the primary database.
A standby database profile may be added to the configuration prior to creating that standby database.
A newly created broker configuration requires at least one standby database profile to be specified at the
time the configuration is created.
A newly created broker configuration is in the disabled state.
D: Create the Broker Configuration
When using Cloud Control, the Add Standby Database wizard can either add an existing (Oracle RAC or nonOracle RAC) standby database into the configuration or create a new (Oracle RAC or non-Oracle RAC)standby database and add it to the configuration.
E: An Oracle Data Guard configuration must be enabled to be managed or monitored by the broker.
Note: An Oracle Data Guard configuration consists of one primary database and a combination of standby
databases and far sync instances that receive redo directly from the primary database. The Oracle Data Guard
broker logically groups these primary and standby databases into a broker configuration that allows the broker
to manage and monitor them together as an integrated unit.
B, C: When using DGMGRL, the primary database and a standby database must already exist.