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Re: Anyone with Sybase and Oracle knowledge on this list?

From: Tina Ridgley <tlridgley_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 08:52:04 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <10561.112180@fatcity.com>


As a former Sybase DBA, my first major assignment with Oracle was to assist in migrating a Sybase 10 database to Oracle 7.3.4 on an AIX RS600 platform. I spent about 6 years working with Sybase but it has been a few years since I last worked with it. I am familiar with the commands and tools, however, so feel free to ask me questions, if you think I can be of help to you.

Tina
--- rsands_at_lendleaserei.com wrote:
>
>
> Listers,
>
> A client is having to migrate from Oracle to Sybase
> in order to upgrade their application (Intershop4).
> I
> provided them with scripts to produce transfer files
> to load data to their primary inventory/ordering
> system
> and am now attempting to get that process
> functioning
> in the Sybase test environment. I need help
> figuring
> out how to replace some of the commands I used,
> primarily to get the output formatted correctly.
>
> Anyone out there willing to answer some of the
> questions
> that pop as I work through this? I've picked up a
> couple of books, but Oracle to Sybase translation
> guides
> seem to be in short supply :-)
>
> TIA ... Robyn
>
>
> --
> Author:
> INET: rsands_at_lendleaserei.com
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