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Export image data from SQL Server to Oracle

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I have a number of tables in SQL Server (can be 2005 or 2008) that need to have the data migrated to Oracle (10 or 11). There are images stored in these or large data files full of html code. The target Oracle tables have CLOB datatypes for the incoming data.

SQL scripts are not working. Oracle dmp files are used once the data needs to be moved into other Oracle databases. I cannot find a way to create a dmp file from SQL Server.

Does anyone know the correct way to do this initial transfer.

Thanks

Kelvin
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did you tried OMWB (oracle migration workbench). check out this link for what oracle provides for migration:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/migration/index-084442.html
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Thanks,
Having trouble getting some of these links to Open. I did generate a script using SQL Developer connected to SQL Server. Then ran the generated script to INSERT the data - it failed!
 
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you can go to otn.oracle.com and then navigate to download page, if this link does not work. what is the error you are getting, I will suggest you to first go through the documents and make sure it is supporting the datatypes you are trying to migrate.
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I got as far as
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/migration/sqlserver-083382.html.
 
Outline opens but not the content in the middle.
 
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Didn't really solve it, but I nutted my way through. Your comments did help refine my thinking. Had to disbale a few contraints before it would work.
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