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migrate sybase openserver to mimer

migrate sybase openserver to mimer

migrate sybase openserver to mimer

Hi, I am looking for a solution where I can migrate Sybase DBMS and Openserver running on OpenVMS to mimer's products. Does anyone has similar experience in such migration?

RE: migrate sybase openserver to mimer

I’m afraid that the reply to your question is ”That depends”!

Since Sybase is very far away from standard SQL and APIs, the amount of work to migrate to Mimer SQL depends on how much you’re locked in into Sybase’s proprietary features (like DBlib and Transact SQL). If you’re using ISO/ANSI SQL and open APIs like Embedded SQL, ODBC or JDBC, the migration should be rather smooth. There are also several ways to facilitate the conversion of DBlib applications and stored procedures, but this may be specific for your Sybase applications.
Whatever Sybase features you use, we at Mimer would be happy to have our database experts take a look at your system and then assist you in your migration to Mimer SQL.

If you want to get in contact with Mimer, just drop me an email!

stefan dot eck at mimer dot se

RE: migrate sybase openserver to mimer

Thanks Stefan. I think we are at the more extreme case. I guess it is going to be a challenge. Will keep your offer in mind.


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