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SSIS Package SQL to Oracle

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Hello,

I am importing data from SQL server into Oracle Database and it's taking too much time. I tried both Native OLD DB and Oracle DB but non of them really help me to fast the data transfer.

Interestingly when I transfer data from Oracle into SQL it is running like a supersonic plan and super fast but not the other side.

Any suggestion or trick to make it fast?

Thanks,
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The problem is probably that you're not doing a bulk insert into Oracle (while you are doing a bulk insert into SQL Server, hence the performance difference).
You can try the Attunity adaptors, they are free.

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Thanks for the reply. Where can I find the Adapter for Oracle?

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yashuvp (2/3/2014)
Thanks for the reply. Where can I find the Adapter for Oracle?

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Did you not see the link I posted?


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Sorry, I just overlooked the link. I was under that impression that it's your signature!

Thanks for quick reply.

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yashuvp (2/3/2014)
Hello,

I am importing data from SQL server into Oracle Database and it's taking too much time. I tried both Native OLD DB and Oracle DB but non of them really help me to fast the data transfer.

Interestingly when I transfer data from Oracle into SQL it is running like a supersonic plan and super fast but not the other side.

Any suggestion or trick to make it fast?

Thanks,


Did you try fast load option ?

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yashuvp (2/3/2014)
Hello,

I am importing data from SQL server into Oracle Database and it's taking too much time. I tried both Native OLD DB and Oracle DB but non of them really help me to fast the data transfer.

Interestingly when I transfer data from Oracle into SQL it is running like a supersonic plan and super fast but not the other side.

Any suggestion or trick to make it fast?

Thanks,


Did you try fast load option ?

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The fast load option is not available when Oracle is the destination.


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Thought fast load was available for Oracle destination too. May be I missed it ..

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Thought fast load was available for Oracle destination too. May be I missed it ..

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It depends on the OLE DB provider I think.
It's possible the Microsoft OLE DB provider for Oracle (which is deprecated if I remember correctly) has a fast load option, but the Oracle OLE DB provider doesn't.


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It depends on the OLE DB provider I think.
It's possible the Microsoft OLE DB provider for Oracle (which is deprecated if I remember correctly) has a fast load option, but the Oracle OLE DB provider doesn't.


Yeah that's what I remembered . May be Yashuvp can check that .

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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms141237(v=sql.100).aspx

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