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Posted Tuesday, September 15, 2009 10:18 PM
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Hi friends,

Management has decided to migrate all oracle 9i database to sql server 2005.

I don't have experience on migration, Could anyone give me clear doc & planing and step-by-step guide or URL site name.

Thanks.
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You need to create the same structure in SQL server .

You can bcp out the datas from oracle and bcp in the same to SQL. No issues in bcp since the structure is same on both.

You need to manually create the users i think.

There are so many tools available for the migration.(i haven't used any)
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You can also think about SSIS.

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ananda.murugesan (9/15/2009)
Hi friends,

Management has decided to migrate all oracle 9i database to sql server 2005.

I don't have experience on migration, Could anyone give me clear doc & planing and step-by-step guide or URL site name.

Thanks.


You can look at the SSMA For Oracle (free Tool)

http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2005/en/us/Migration-oracle.aspx


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simply hire me for the job, lol
Well I have migrated Sybase 15 to SQL Server 2008 successfully using SSMA.

I suggest managemnet to reconsider it to SQL Server 2008


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I've used SQL Server DTS successfully, so I'm sure the SSIS packages are just as nice. I've also used the SSMA for migrating Access, fairly clean interface also.

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