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Migrating Oracle Schema to SQL Server 2008R2

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I have found links on Microsoft's website to a SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Oracle. Some of them only give information, or instructions for installing. The one link that actually references the download takes me to a Certification and Training website. Does someone have the full link to retrieve the download file(s) for the SSMA? We are running SQL Server 2008 R2 and Oracle 10g.
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sjwales provided the correct answer and deserves the points but I was curious how hard you looked?

It took 3 seconds with Google to have the link above be the first one:
http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=SSMA+for+Oracle+download
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The best tool provided by Microsoft "SQL Server Migration tool for Oracle"
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slightwv: Quite a bit. I navigated quite a few MS links and got to documentation about SSMA, information about SSMA, and other links, but not to the actual download itself.

I don't mind someone asking me a question for clarification, but do not appreciate condescending comments, as I am sure no one does. I come to this site for answers to questions, and I've given quite a few answers myself. I hope that my rank as Wizard in the SQL Server zone would attest to the fact that I do know enough to follow links and have given back somewhat to the EE community.
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Thank you.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Sorry if my post cam across as condescending.  That was not the intent.

I also think you should have accepts sjwales post since it was the correct answer.

I'll have a Moderator take care of this.
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