What happen to this view V$STANDBY_APPLY_SNAPSHOT ?

I first saw reference to this view in Oracle Data Guard 11g Handbook on Page 121.
"This view provides the current redo apply rate in KB/second:"
We are running 11g R2 so I am wondering WHY would Oracle remove this view?
Edited by: user10260925 on Jul 27, 2010 12:50 PM

Dear user10260925,
Here is an example of the V$STANDBY_APPLY_SNAPSHOT fixed view on 10gR2;
28-07-2010                     1       678952114       6149     402060   388317213 27-07-2010              678952114                 6148 27-07-2010   411711488            6149       1024       4564By the way i saw that handbook page 121 :)
Hope That Helps.

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