Re: Sybase to Oracle

From: Adrian <>
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 20:52:51 +0100
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In message <9a073$4e0b248c$524b97d2$>, Frank van Bortel <> writes
>On 06/29/2011 02:18 AM, Mladen Gogala wrote:
>> On Tue, 28 Jun 2011 21:24:47 +0100, Adrian wrote:
>>> I've been given the job of porting a small Sybase application to a 11.2
>>> instance. The tables are easy enough to sort out, but some aspects of
>>> the Sybase stored code are not clear. Any suggestions for a good online
>>> source that will help me convert it to PL/SQL ?
>>> TIA
>>> Adrian
>> SQL*Developer can do the trick. It has workshop repositories which can
>> help with conversion of Sybase and MS-SQL Server databases to Oracle. In
>> my experience, the tool does a pretty good job.
>As an alternative to SQL*Developer: the Oracle Migration Workbench.
>Been using that some time ago, so functionality may have been
>ported to Developer.


SQL developer we have, is the migration workbench a freebie (like SQL Developer), or a paid for option. We are hoping that this is a one off, so it would be hard justifying expenditure.

I don't have a Sybase DB, only table definitions and the source code in a file, is this likely to make a difference ?.


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