Everybody working with a database is aware of their multiple types and formats. To save a lot of time and effort converting databases you can employ MS SQL Migration Toolkit's services — a complete collection of tools designed to cover all your SQL conversion needs.
The first thing that catches the user's attention about this toolkit is the lack of the ODBC API or any other third-party software. This is supposed to highly increase speed and performance.
Any data source can be converted to MS SQL Server or Azure SQL and the other way around. Regarding the included tools, there is a hefty list containing: Access-to-MSSQL, DB2-to-MSSQL, DBF-to-MSSQL, Excel-to-MSSQL, MSSQL-to-Access, MSSQL-to-Excel, MSSQL-to-MySQL, MSSQL-to-Oracle,
MSSQL-to-PostgreSQL, MySQL-to-MSSQL, Oracle-to-MSSQL, PostgreSQL-to-MSSQL, and SQLite-to-MSSQL.
Besides migrating different DBs to other formats, one should also be able to synchronize the destination databases with the source data. Furthermore, the users accustomed to the Command Line Tool can use the commands displayed on the developer's page for an alternate method of conversion.
All in all, MS SQL Migration Toolkit, as its name suggests, is a package containing multiple conversion tools for database purposes. If you require such services and wish to get rid of dozens of different apps, this toolkit might be worth checking out.
A group of ADO VB.NET/Visual Basic.NET (VB) components for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0/8.0/2005/2008. The components are focused on providing a set of tools to facilitate the import/export of data between SQL Server databases.
The MSSQL Migration Toolkit Product Key is also recommended to end users,
Used extensively by Microsoft SQL Server customers and developers to migrate databases between SQL Server instances. Also, it is a very good reference tool to migrate databases for database portability.
and industry professionals,
The toolkit consists of a set of components to assist database development and maintenance. Its high-quality components and complete documentation include MS SQL Migration Toolkit, which migrates databases from a variety of DBMS to SQL Server.
The MSSQL Migration Toolkit can be downloaded for free and updated
For free for a period of six months.
More info and downloads available at:
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• Choose a destination database – ACCESS, MSSQL, DB2, ACCESS_BROWSER, MYQL
• Choose a source database – ACCESS, MSSQL, DB2, MYQL
• Choose a format for the source database – DBF, CSV, DSN, XML
• Choose a format for the destination database – ACCESS, ACCESS_BROWSER, DB2, DBF, MSSQL, CSV, DSN, XML, DBF, MSSQL, CSV, DB2, DBF, DSN, MYQL, DSN, MYQL, DSN, DSN, XML, XML
• Choose a synchronization method – SID (SQL Server Import and Export), OCR (Oracle), LID (Linked Server Import and Export), COPY (Copy), BULK (Insert)
• Command Line Tool for batch conversions – v2.5
• Multiple file sources – XML, DSN, VBScript, Powershell,.csv,.xls,.dbf
• Multiple file destinations – ACCESS, ACCESS_BROWSER, DB2, DSN, MYQL
• Synchronization for the destination database – LID (Linked Server Import and Export), OCR (Oracle), COPY (Copy), BULK (Insert)
• Attach to the process – YES, NO
• Logging – YES, NO
• Run as background – YES, NO
• Supports – SQL Server 7/8, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2014, SQL Server 2014, SQL Server 2015, SQL Server 2016, MySQL 4.0, 5.0, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, Oracle 11, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g, Oracle 11i, Oracle 11g
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How to migrate the data from one database to another database.
It’s a bit late, but we use a product called DB2 Migrator Pro.
It’s a tool which can take data from many different db platforms (SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Access, MySQL) and loads them into SQL Server, SQL Azure, Oracle, SQL Server 2012, Oracle, Oracle 12, Oracle, MySQL etc. It’s free for up to 2 databases. It’s not free for more than 2. The link below shows you the pricing.
DB2 Migrator Pro
Microsoft SQL Server Data Migration Assistant is an excellent tool for moving data between SQL Server and other SQL Server based databases.
It’s not free however it’s very cheap.
More details at Microsoft SQL Server Data Migration Assistant
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MS SQL Migration Toolkit was designed and developed by RadSoftDev, a software company, to quickly and efficiently migrate Microsoft Access, Excel, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DBF and other databases to Microsoft SQL Server.
It's currently in the stage of testing, support, and evaluation; please ask for more information from the developer, RadSoftDev (
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