Re: looking for a tool

From: Alessandro Vercelli <>
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 09:39:32 +0200
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Just my two cents:

A couple of years ago, we needed to perform a "fork" of a production database from VMS/Alpha to Linux/x86 and I used DDLWizard to "extract" the application schema from the old db in order to create a new empty schema: apart from some STORAGE values in INDEX creation, it worked very fine.


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Subject : Re: looking for a tool

>Since no one answered I will try.
>Assumption: Since you talk about "parent primary key entry" I understand
>that you need 2 function:
>1) A tool that create DLL for the objects you want to create on the
>other side.
>2) A tool that will let you create referential integrity subset on your
>data and copy it to another database.
>Check out:
>They have 2 tools:
>DDLWizard that create DDL for you.
>DataBee - that create and load a referential integrity subset of you
>data to another database.
>Adar Yechiel
>Rechovot, Israel
>Andrew Kerber wrote:
>> I am trying to find some sort of tool that will allow me to give a
>> parent primary key entry, and the tool with either export or generate
>> sql to create the entire object, the parent and all children, to
>> another database. Does anyone know of such a tool? I am sure it
>> could be written, but I dont want to re-create the wheel if it is not
>> necessary.
>> --
>> Andrew W. Kerber
>> 'If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving.'

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