archivelog mode and hot backup

Hello
in g R2
This is the hot backup:
online backup

A backup of one or more datafiles taken while a database is open and the datafiles are online. 
When you make a user-managed backup while the database is open, you must put the 
tablespaces in backup mode by issuing an ALTER TABLESPACE BEGIN BACKUP command. 
(You can also use ALTER DATABASE BEGIN BACKUP to put all tablespaces in your database into backup mode in one step.)
would we in log mode archive to do an online backup?

Thank you.

user522961 wrote:
Hello
in g R2
This is the hot backup:

would we in log mode archive to do an online backup?

Yes. It is a must!

HTH
Aman...

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