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I am looking for a solution/suggestion that will have these parts:
replicate selected tables from a Linux/MySql db to a SQL2005 db.
Any suggestions concepts solutions ect...
3rd party tools may be an option if they exsit.

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Al lthe data I needed was there... However the project was cancelled before I could test or validate that the 2000 solutuion could be used against a 2005 server.
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