DB2/400 to Oracle 10g

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AS/400 migration
DB2/400
iSeries Navigator
Migration from DB2/400 to Oracle 10g
Oracle 10g
Oracle migration
Oracle Migration Workbench
V5R3
I like to migrate a database which is in IBM DB2 /400 V5R3MO supported by windows platform (Source)using iseries navigator to Oracle 10g.In the source database there are few stored procedures and few triggers which I like to migrate from source to oracle too. So I like to know is Oracle migration workbench will able to do so or is there any other tools will do or any other way.please recommend. The requirement is very urgent and I will appreciate your thoughts.

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I have not used it, but Oracle says that Oracle Migration Workbench migrates the entire database schema, including triggers and stored procedures, in an integrated environment.

If you have not done so, I would recommend to take a look at the <a href=”http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/migration/workbench/index.html”>Oracle Migration Workbench page</a>, where you can find useful information about the migration process.

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