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The Databases created by Oracle should be converted to a form understood by SQL Server so that it can access these Databases. How do I go about it?
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I understand SQL Server can use ODBC links to Oracle tables. I think SQL 7 can do it better, but I have no direct experience. I have used Access to translate between the two before, and for a one-time shot it works pretty well, as long as the data is not GB or TB.
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I do not know about any free tools,but if you are prepared to pay, I sould suggest looking at Logic Works ErWin software,which allows you to convert data models from one DB type to another. It helped me a lot, when I was doing a conversion from Dbase to SQL. As for the data , the quickest way to import data into SQL Server is by using text files and bcp.
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