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Default Oracle to SQL Server DataType Mapping

Hi All,
        I need suggestion for Mapping DateType between Oracle and SQL Server. My Source Is Oracle ( It can be any version 8i,9i,10g/11g) and destination is SQL server 2005. How i should maintain datatype mapping between any version of oracle and SQL server. If Source Database version change from 8i to 9i or 10g what way i can ensure my application should handle this. Currently i am creating Mapping Table which contains sql server and oracle datatype mapping , is the good way to handle ?

        Would you please suggest any new solution ? Also is there any web service to which i just provide database version and it provides me appropriate mapping ?

Thanks in Advance
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Maulik

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