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Importing data from SQL Server

Importing data from SQL Server

Importing data from SQL Server

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How can I import data from SQL Server 6.5 to Oracle 7 ???

RE: Importing data from SQL Server

I haven't imported from SQL Server before, so I may be completely off base, but I have brought data over from MS Access tables.   I see two options that you can take.   First, you could use an ODBC connection to link the tables together and then write simple SQL to copy the records from your SQL Server tables to your Oracle tables.   This is probably the easiest way, once you figure out how to set up the ODBC connection.   The other way that I can think of is to export the data to flat files and then import into your Oracle tables using SQL*Loader.

Hope this at least points you in the right direction.

th3856@txmail.sbc.com

Terry M. Hoey
th3856@txmail.sbc.com

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