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I've been given an Oracle DB that has some triggers and "LOAD DATA" jobs. Is there a tool/utility to convert the triggers/loads from PL/SQL into T-SQL?
I've got a flat text file that I want to convert from AS400 IFS to a Database file. First I want to convert to a flat file just to prove I can. The File is being Sent via FTP from Unix to AS400/IFS. Files have been sent in both unix txt format and MDOS format. Both files can be displayed on IFS no...
I inherited a few databases which were created in Access 2000. I only have Access 2003 and I needed to make a new MDE file, I converted to Access 2003 then created the new MDE file. Now the problem is this, the new MDE won't write to the backend database.