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Is it possible to Connecting MYsql with sql server ?


Is it possible to Connecting MYsql with sql server ?

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maida_rh
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I am using an open source software which support mysql and i create application that uses asp.net 4.0 and sql server 2008....

Is it possible to Connecting MYsql with sql server ?

I want every insertion and updating should be made to both database servers as they have same schema of tables but one is mysql and other is sql server 2008 ?
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Hi,
Yes it is. Check this article: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/MySQL/88366/

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I checked your link and trying the solution provided....
but need to know as it has any limitation or dis advantages on database transactions etc


Thanks alot Smile
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Oh, I needed it once and used it. It was working fine, but i didn't keep on digging about the dis/advantages...

If you find out something please share it...
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Oh! but thanks and I will sure do that ....but i am quite a newbie to linked server etc:-)
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