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Copying Access tables to Oracle

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We have several Access databases and we need to copy the tables over to Oracle. What would be the best way to copy these tables over?  I need the table names, fields, data type  and data intact once it moves.  Another word, a mirror image of tables in access in oracle.

Thanks In advance

pandkyon
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connect to oracle db via odbc (login / password)
connect to Access DB and read each table
copy table to Oracle
loop through until all tables are coped to Oracle
close connection 1
close connection 2

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