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MySQL update to a MSSQL Server

Posted on 2011-09-13
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Hi,

got a server currently running mysql and mssql. I need to be able to at 9pm every day run a script of some kind that looks for data entered that day with a criteria and then looks up imports the data into MSSQL on the same server.

Not sure on the best way of doing this...

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I would suggest using SSIS and run via SQL Agent.

SSIS, if unfamiliar, allows the easy migration of data.

Running that package under SQL Agent will allow you to schedule to run at 9 am.
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