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How are you? I think you are all well. But i have some problem. I have two pc. One pc uses SQLServer database and another uses oracle database software. I need some data from the SQLServer to Oracle. How can i transfer data from SQLServer to Oracle or ViceVersa? Is there any software to do this? Is there any trail version that can i used to evaluate my problem? Can anyone help me to give me some information or suggetion? Thanks all.

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You should be able to set up the Oracle instance as a linked server on the SQL Server machine, providing you have the Oracle connectivity tools installed. Alternatively take a look at the OPENQUERY function in SQL Server whereby the connection details are passed as part of the query.

Alternatively you can use Oracle to connect to SQL Server: http://www.databasejournal.com/featu...SQL-Server.htm although it's more hassle in my opinion.

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