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Uploading Access database to MySQL - issues?

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I've been asked for help with uploading an Access database into a MySQL database...I haven't done this before..what should I watch out for? Any recommended tutorials...
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I've used these:

http://www.convert-in.com/

Best $39 (or $99, depending on which you need) you'll spend for moving data from Access to MySQL.
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And here a a couple of links that compare the datatypes available in Acess v MySQL:
http://www.htmlcenter.com/blog/ms-access-and-mysql/
http://www.seattlecentral.edu/~cstanford/itc220/datatypes.pdf
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Thank you all for that :-)
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You're welcome!
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