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We want to migrate data from MSAccess to Oracle Database. We are uisng Oracle 11g. Can any one please provide me the automation script for this?

I have done this manually by using SQL developer.

I am looking for automation if possible.


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Welcoem to the AutoIt forum. :)

But not the best start.

Firstly you have posted this in the "Examples" section - but I will move it to the correct section in a moment. However, please take care when posting in future.

And then we do not write scripts to order - we help YOU get your own scripts working as you wish. However, you might get lucky and find some kind soul who has something ready to go and does not mind sharing. ;)


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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
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GUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView items
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Toast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area


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That quite a task there. It can probably be accomplished using ODBC but would still take a lot of condition handling for a fully automated solution.

How are you accomplishing it using SQL Dev? You could automate those keystrokes which would be a dirtier automation but simpler than starting from scratch.

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Hi Melba,

Thanks for your suggestion and from next time onwards will do the same.


Have created .mdb file and repository and created a new task for the task then using TOOLS>Migrate>Associate Migrate... ..> COPY to Oracle then data got migrated from MSAccess to Oracle Database.


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