Table naming issues while migrating I-series v5r4 to Oracle

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hi sir,

will a migration possible between iseries v5r4 to oracle ??

if it is possible then will there be any issues regarding  table naming i,e tables having names more than 10 charecters will get migrated ?? here  in our scenario our source db has tables with names more than 10 charecters and the db is implicitly converting the name to a system table name with 10 charecters ..  if we migrate that to  oracle.. will take the original name or system table name..??   will this create any issue or will there be any other naming issues  ??

Source DB : iSeries v5r4 Target DB : Oracle

pls let me know .. thanks..

ASKED: June 21, 2012  12:17 PM
UPDATED: June 26, 2012  2:11 PM

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I’m not sure how you wish to proceed in ‘converting’ a DB2 table to Oracle? Personally, I would be creating the tables in Oracle with whatever names I wish, then write some migration programs in some language (maybe Java) that can utilise xDBC to both Oracle and DB2 iSeries and just map all the data from old to new.

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