[thelist] Convert MySQL to MSSQL

Ken Schaefer Ken at adOpenStatic.com
Thu Jul 28 04:12:51 CDT 2005

Unless there's a 1:1 mapping between data-types, you're going to need to make
some choices about how things get converted.

In terms of moving the data, MS SQL Server has DTS, which is pretty powerful
in terms of extracting, transforming and inserting the data into your new MS
SQL Server database (and in performing the reverse if required as well)


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: I need to convert a MySQL DB to MSSQL does anyone know of a free tool I
: could use to do this?  Or a method

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