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I m attempting to sync MYSQL with SQL Server data with no luck.
I tried SSIS solution but couldnt insert data into MYSQL (incorrect syntax)
Is there any other way or any aother tool ypu suggest.
My requirement:
I have a view in SQL Server (combination of 3 tables) which I want to sync to a mysql table which is sitting on a linus box.
I need to either insert or update data.
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by:Huseyin KAHRAMAN
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did you try to export data option from SSMS?
right click db, export data and follow the steps...
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Actually I need to do update action too
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Huseyin KAHRAMAN earned 500 total points
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you can export into a temp table
the write a merge query
if mysql does not support merge query, then write one insert and one update query to update your target table in mysql
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