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MySQL 4.1 Migration to SQL Server 2005 using SSIS

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How do I migrate from MySQL 4.1 to SQL Server 2005 using SSIS. I am not able to find a suitable provider which can be used with MySQL 4.1.
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Try using the ODBC drivers for MySQL:
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/3.51.html

When you manage to setup a DSN using that ODBC driver, than from SSIS, make a connection to a regular ODBC datasource ... and you'll be in business.

Hope this helps ...
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You can use a DataReader Source and connect a ODBC source to it
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mahopman,
DataReader source is the adapter used to connect to an ADO.Net source, so can that be used for MySQL
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No you can also connect a ODBC data connection to a DataReader Source
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Thanks to both of you. I managed to get it working.
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