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MSAccess Application to Oracle 8i enviroment [message #102517] Fri, 05 July 2002 22:54 Go to next message
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Registered: April 2000
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S.O.S !! S.O.S !!
Sent this message yesterday. Got a reply from Grant but sort of lost it. Fact is I`m a beginner in Oracle.
Presently doing an internship with a firm migrating from Access application to Oracle enviroment. And I`m supposed to do this as a project. You can imagine my fears if this fails. Is there anyway I can get in touch with Grant per phone. Live in Berlin and will call regardless of where you are.
Thanks in advance.
PS: Can you send that message again Grant. Thanks in advance.
Tips from anyone will be most welcome.
Re: MSAccess Application to Oracle 8i enviroment [message #102522 is a reply to message #102517] Mon, 08 July 2002 06:44 Go to previous message
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Registered: January 2002
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You can use Oracle's Migration Workbench. Look in Metalink at the article "Oracle Migration Workbench - What is it and Who supports it?". This is free. Here is an extract from the article.

Oracle Migration Workbench
Oracle Migration Workbench (Migration Workbench) is a tool that
simplifies the process of migrating data and applications from
non-Oracle databases to Oracle8i and Oracle9i. The Oracle Migration
Workbench can be downloaded from the technet website for free.
For Technical Support of the Oracle Migration Workbench you should
send any questions by e-mail to infomwb_ww@oracle.com. If you have a
CSI number please open an iTar via Metalink. You can
also access the discussion forum for the Migration Workbench on the
OTN Web site at:

MS Access Features
o Migrate users, tables (including validation rules and defaults), indexes, and relations.
o Use unmodified MS Access forms and reports with the destination Oracle database via an ODBC connection.
o Migrate databases with attached MS Access tables.
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