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Hi,

I have a database in SQL Server 2005 that as information that some guys in Oracle need to read.

I told them that their app could connect to our SQL Server and collect all the information they want to and then, their app would store the data in their Oracle Database, but they do not have the knowlegde to connect to SQL Server through the app.


Do you masters have any sugestions?

Thank you
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Depends on the latency requirements and "when" they need the data. Can this be something you transfer to them on a nightly basis using SSIS? Or is this a situation where they need live access?

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They need to have the access to the data, all the time...
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Maybe i can talk to them to receive the information ony once per day, at night...

Do you have any solutions for this two different situations?
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If they need live access you just have to set up a connection either direct through ADO (or whatever) or using another tool such as the Oracle Gateway (it used to be called Transparent Gateway).

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What about if they only need to access data once a day? you where talking about making a SSIS? to do what?
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Brandie mentioned SSIS, which is SQL Server Integration Services. It's the built-in SQL Server ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) tool. She was suggesting that if they could deal with day old data, to set up an SSIS job to move the data on a daily basis, probably during off-hours.

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Grant Fritchey (8/4/2010)
Brandie mentioned SSIS, which is SQL Server Integration Services. It's the built-in SQL Server ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) tool. She was suggesting that if they could deal with day old data, to set up an SSIS job to move the data on a daily basis, probably during off-hours.


Exactly. Basically, SSIS could export the data in almost any format and then your Oracle people could create a job to load the data nightly into their database.

Though I haven't dealt with Oracle before, you might also be able to use SSIS to directly load Oracle using one of the available connection managers in SSIS. But that would require access to the Oracle DB.

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Brandie Tarvin (8/4/2010)
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Brandie mentioned SSIS, which is SQL Server Integration Services. It's the built-in SQL Server ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) tool. She was suggesting that if they could deal with day old data, to set up an SSIS job to move the data on a daily basis, probably during off-hours.


Exactly. Basically, SSIS could export the data in almost any format and then your Oracle people could create a job to load the data nightly into their database.

Though I haven't dealt with Oracle before, you might also be able to use SSIS to directly load Oracle using one of the available connection managers in SSIS. But that would require access to the Oracle DB.


You can go directly to Oracle from SSIS. There's even a third party destination available to make it really easy to do.

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