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I have a database made in InterBase. I want to make a conversion to MSSQLserver. How can I transport the data ?
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Scones,

Using MS Access 2.0 and above you can create ODBC connections to both databases then simply Import from the InterBase and Export to the SQL Server equivelent table. I did this quite a bit when our company "upsized" some old MS-Access and Paradox databases.

Alternatives also include exporting the data to a Comma Seperated Values (.CSV) and importing this via Access or with a custom Delphi program.

Hope this helps and good luck with your data migration :)
Pegasus
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Thanks Pegasus
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