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Oracle Question

I am migrating a certain table from an old application (oracle 9 database) to a new application (ms sql server). I queried this table in our oracle database and there is a total of 1439 rows. How can I validate this data to ensure that all data was transfer from the old application to the new application. I only have access to the oracle database and not the ms sql database. However I do have access to the new application that also displays the total count of 1439.
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TexanDonnaP
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Since you don't have database access to the SQL Server database:

Personally I would select a few rows that have all columns pouplated and a few where some of the fields are at their maximum length (a varchar2(10) has 10 characters in it, a number(4) has 4 numbers),

Then use the app to locate them.

Can you possible get the DBA on the SQL Server database to create a Text file extract of the table?
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TexanDonnaPAuthor Commented:
I think i can get access to the SQL server. Let me download toad first.
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TexanDonnaPAuthor Commented:
So I now  have access to the MS SQL database.
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
I've not used Toad much but it looks like it can do the compare for you:
http://www.toadworld.com/Blogs/tabid/67/EntryId/540/Toad-s-Most-Overlooked-Feature.aspx

Comparing Data between Tables
If you need to compare data between two different sources, Toad for Data Analysts provides an extremely straightforward wizard to accomplish your task.
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