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MSAccess Application to Oracle 8i enviroment [message #102517] Fri, 05 July 2002 22:54 Go to next message
Sam
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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.
Sam
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
Grant
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Registered: January 2002
Senior Member
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.
http://technet.oracle.com/tech/migration/workbench/content.html.
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:
http://www.oracle.com/forums/homepage.jsp

MS Access Features
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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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