Copy Database structure from Oracle 10g to Access 2007

I want to copy Full Database from Oracle 10g to Access 2007.

That meaning copy Tables, Relationship between tables

Can any body help me
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
could you please clarify why you want to do that?
also, what size is that oracle database?
Steve HoggITCommented:
I will tell you how I would do it, using SQL Server Integration Services. SSIS.
Copy the Oracle db to SQL Server first, then to Access. Or I might try to go directly from Oracle to Access directly. But probably not.

you can import data directly via ODBC from other databases to MS Access. See here for a simple example:

All you need is to setup an ODBC connection to your Oracle database. See the oracle docs for this, or ask the Oracle DBA to help you.

interbusAuthor Commented:
Good answer kukno

I know this way to import data directly

but I need to pring all tables with relationship identification on oracle

this way only import tables without relations

kukno you near to get 500 points but give me what I want
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