I have a massive issue I could use help with, one that deserves more than 500 points I am allowed to award.
I have an Oracle Table in a 9i database that houses my company's Serial Number Data (8million records + with 3,000 per day being added). The Serial Number field in this table is the primary key. My company is migrating from an Oracle Database to a SQL Database. I have recreated the table in SQL successfully. When I do a test export than import into SQL, I get a "Duplicate Key" Error and the load fails.
From what I understand, Oracle database distingushes from uppper and lower case characters. The SQL server does not. So what I think is happening is that I might have the following example in my Oracle DB:
ORacle considers them different and when I import them into SQL, SQL consider's it duplicate. Serial Numbrs in my system are not supposed to be duplicate. They are user entry problems. I need to be able to find these duplicates some how and fix them.
Does anyone have an idea to have I can find serial numbers with lower case characters?Our system should only have upper case.
Thanks in advance.