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Using Regular expression to convert PL/SQL code to TSQL


Using Regular expression to convert PL/SQL code to TSQL

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venus.pvr (10/10/2011)
Comments posted to this topic are about the item <A HREF="/articles/Regular+Expressions/75121/">Using Regular expression to convert PL/SQL code to TSQL</A>

Thanks! I found it very interesting for Regular expression syntax.
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Thank you Carlo. I also thank Steve Jones for the support.
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We have an application we're going to look at migrating from Oracle to MSSQL so I'm going to file this article away to help with changing the code. Thanks for writing it.
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I find that this could prove very helpful. Microsoft has a tool available to help convert too - name and location of the download escape me right now though. Maybe somebody else can remember what it is called.

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SQLRNNR (10/11/2011)
I find that this could prove very helpful. Microsoft has a tool available to help convert too - name and location of the download escape me right now though. Maybe somebody else can remember what it is called.


This is probably what you're talking about:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=26711
And a page with some more info and a link to a whitepaper:
http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/product-info/migration-tool.aspx
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Nice article!

I've been trying to learn all the regex I could and got frustrated when I found out SSMS implemented a MS version of regex
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Thank you everyone for the feedback.
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After using RegEx in C# for years it is now great to have examples like this to apply in the SQL world. Thank you for the information.

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