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ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417082] Thu, 06 August 2009 00:13 Go to next message
vivek_rol
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hi all,
i just migrated oracle database to sql server database.
now i just to confirm all object are migrated properly or not( from oracle to sql server )
i want check all triggers on tables ?
is there any easiest way to check?
if u know then please tell me
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417086 is a reply to message #417082] Thu, 06 August 2009 00:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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easiest than what?

If you don't trust the way you do it, you should choose another one.

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Michel
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417087 is a reply to message #417086] Thu, 06 August 2009 00:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vivek_rol
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IF U KNOW ANY METHOD THEN please TELL
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417096 is a reply to message #417087] Thu, 06 August 2009 01:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Don't SHOUT.

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Michel
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417098 is a reply to message #417082] Thu, 06 August 2009 01:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417115 is a reply to message #417086] Thu, 06 August 2009 03:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Michel Cadot wrote on Thu, 06 August 2009 06:36
easiest than what?


Michel, Easiest would automatically imply easier than all other possible methods. Possibly if the OP had used the word easier then your question would have been valid.

@vivek_rol
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i want check all triggers on tables ?


What exactly do you want to check? If you mave migrated to SQL Server then surely a SQL ssServer forum is a more appropriate place for you to be asking this question...
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417120 is a reply to message #417115] Thu, 06 August 2009 04:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Easiest would automatically imply easier than all other possible methods.

You're right, I read (and copy) "any easiest" as "any easier" maybe I should read it as "the easiest".

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Michel
Re: ORACLE AND SQL SERVER (migration) [message #417158 is a reply to message #417082] Thu, 06 August 2009 05:44 Go to previous message
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You can get the details of the triggers that were in Oracle from USER_ / ALL_ / DBA_TRIGGERS.

As you've gone TO Sql Server, the details of exactly what survived the migration will be in SQL Server and are very unlikely to be visible from Oracle.
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