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Migrating Report Database in SI 7.5

Migrating Report Database in SI 7.5

Migrating Report Database in SI 7.5

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I am looking for a reliable tool or procedure to migrate all of the reports in Seagate Info from a Sybase database to a MS SQL Server database and am having trouble finding anything suitable. I have downloaded and tested Crystal's unsupported Report Updater program, but the "Verify Database" function does not appear to have any effect. This tool also does not deal with the issue of refreshing the report object on the Info desktop. Does anyone know of a tool or process which may help me. Note that some of the reports are saved as version 7.0 and some as version 8.0 so unless the tool/process deals with both versions, I will also need to know how to tell version 7 reports from version 8 reports.

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