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Comparing Table data between Oracle and MySQL

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Hi,

I have  2 servers in my network (1) in Oracle 10g (2) in MySQL.
The 2 server should have the same table and data.

My question is, is there a tool(software/freeware) where I can compare the data between the same table data between the 2 servers?

*PS: I've tried DB-SOLO but it crashed when I tried to compare. The largest data I have in a table in the schema is around 1 million records.
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There are others. Navicat comes to mind
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You can always just set up ODBC between the two servers and then query for differences like select * from table1 minus select * from dblink.table2
http://planet.mysql.com/entry/?id=17948
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