sqlserver 2000 stored procedures

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Hi , i have the unfortunate task of time to integrate microsoft sql server 2000 stored procedures to mysql so that our software will work. Can anybody tell me if this can be done, if so how easy is it and how do i go about it? Thanks for your help andy
ASKED: April 4, 2005  10:02 AM
UPDATED: April 4, 2005  7:19 PM

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Hi,

I am not quite sure what you mean exactly with to integrate. Do you have to call the stored procedures or do you have to implament identically one in our MySQL system?

First thing should be quite simple. For the second you need to know the exact definitions.

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  • Mt69
    You want to migrate from SQL Server 2000 to MySQL 5 beta? Or MySQL 4? in V4 there are no stored procedures available...You can try the migration toolkit from MySQL
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  • Andy11983
    Hi, Thanks-for your help Are stored procedures available in mysql V5. The software the we are trying to integrate is an in house application - currently using sql2000 for the stored produres. If it cannot be accomplished it will mean re-writing all of the procedures as .cfm.
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    Are stored procedures available in mysql V5? Yes, but version 5 is still in beta, and it may be quite a while before it's stable enough to be released in production status.
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