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Auto convert stored procedures from MSSQL to MySQL

Posted on 2016-07-19
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I am looking for a way to auto convert stored procedures from MSSQL to MySQL.
Found SQLWays, but haven't tried it yet.

Any experiences with any products that promise to convert stored procedures from MSSQL to MySQL, or any recommendations?
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There's this
http://www.convert-in.com/mss2sql.htm
But I wonder why you would go to the trouble, given that SQL Server Express Edition is free.
Off the top of my head, I can't picture a business case where the data is already in SQL Server that a move to MySQL would make sense.
There's this, too
https://dbconvert.com/mssql/mysql/ 

But as for how well they will work, well that will depend on how "T-SQL-y" your database objects are.
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Thank you for the suggestions.

SQL Server Express is free, but offers no HA, replication or similar unless you combine it with SymmetricDS. MySQL Community Edition can in the correct use case be used commercially and free, and does offer replication and automatic failover.
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