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Oracle to SQL Server 2k5 replication


Oracle to SQL Server 2k5 replication

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Has any one implemented Oracle to SQL Server 2k5 transactional replication (Oracle as publisher and SQL Sever 2k5 as subscriber)
Please explain the steps that are taken.

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I am also interested in Transaction Replication from Oracle to SQL Server 2005. Can someone offer any links, documents, information regarding Replication with these database servers?

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I am also looking for this... Can someone help!!!!

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There is a documented solution, let me quote: "Beginning with Microsoft SQL Server 2005, you can include Oracle Publishers in your replication topology, starting with Oracle version 9i. "

If this is what you are looking for please check http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms151229.aspx

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Hi Guys

In order to replicate data from oracle 10g to SqlServer 2005 you can use follow the document present in the link below.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc966428.aspx

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