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How to convert Oracle CLOB to varchar in SQL Server 2008?

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I need load Oracle data into SQL Server Database. I need help to convert Oracle CLOB data type to varchar data type in SQL Server. How can I do it?
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when you unload the data from oracle, convert it to oracle's varchar2
then when you load it into sql server using either bcp or ssis package, load it into a varchar column
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