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how to insert data from sql server 2000 to a table that is located on oracle 10g?

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hi all,
i have to retrieve data from sql server 2000 and put them into a table which is located on oracle 10g.
i dont know how to achieve that. do you have any idea? using c# application?

thanks
viola
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You should be able to do this using DTS.  Right click the SQL Server db , select tasks, then import data.  From there you can select the Oracle server as your source...a wizard should guide you through the rest.
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hi all,
thanks a lot. i am currently using c# application to do that cos i have to make sure every record is exported correctly and log the failed ones. but DTS can do that as well.

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