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MySQL to Oracle Migration and Sync

MySQL to Oracle converter and synchronization tool are intended for migration and replication of databases from MySQL Server to a PostgreSQL Server. They use direct connection to source and destination databases without any third party software.  

By means of these tools it’s possible to quickly move the whole database or only needed database’s single elements. All elements optionally can be selected or deselected for transformation. Schemas and views conversion can be performed as well.

Using an intuitive Wizard interface, tools walk you through the necessary steps to successfully execute your databases. You can also adapt conversion and synchronization to your needs customizing the copying. For example, you can transfer data directly to a server or to a Dump file to read it later on server. Software supports command line that allow users to automate transferring processes.


It’s inappropriate to compare Oracle to MySQL or to say that one is better than the other. They are absolutely different RDBM. Each of them has its own features and purposes to use. They both have some advantages where users can get benefits. 

Oracle is mainly designed and more adaptable for lots of database usage. It offers much functionality for solving complex problems. Oracle is a rapid-development server that allows customers to develop and enhance performance of corporate business applications using SQL and/or PL/SQL.


Applications convert data types between MySQL and Oracle automatically. But you can do it manually with the help of smart mapping feature.

Built-in Scheduler presented as a stage in all our tools will help you to run conversion and synchronization tasks in automatic mode. Besides, Trigger-based database synchronization and three sync types may be used to keep your data fully updated.

Product highlights

  • Views conversion from MySQL to MS SQL and Oracle and back support
  • Saving data into a MySQL Dump and PHP script for export to MySQL database
  • Ability to connect to MySQL Server 4.x/5.x located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows machines
  • Speed conversion with Bulk and Quantization features
  • Oracle Server version 10.0 and higher support
  • ODBC Oracle and Oracle client are not required
  • Views conversion from Oracle to MS SQL and MySQL and back support
  • Oracle 10.x.x. / Oracle XE (Express Edition) located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows machines
  • Saving data into an Oracle Dump for export to Oracle database
  • Also see common features for all DBConvert tools

Requirements

  • Necessary privileges to write into database on the target MySQL server (this requirement is optional as there is an option to overcome the restrictions using dump file or PHP Script)
  • Necessary privileges to write into database on the target Oracle server (this requirement is optional as there is an option to overcome the restrictions using dump file)
MySQL Oracle

Converter from
MySQL to Oracle

  • 9 Oct, 2013
  • Version 2.0.8
ORDER From $149 DOWNLOAD 65.63 Mb

Synchronizer between
MySQL and Oracle

  • 15 Apr, 2014
  • Version 1.6.2
ORDER From $149 DOWNLOAD 64.79 Mb

Two-way database migration in one package. Pay once - get both! Find more information about the reverse migration

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New Features

  • Stable conversion/synchronization speed for large databases is significantly boosted. Now in times faster.
  • Views conversion from Oracle to MySQL and vice versa added.
  • Variable quantization step added.
  • Bidirectional synchronization for Oracle and MySQL added
  • Trigger-based synchronization method between Oracle and MySQL added.

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MySQL to Oracle: Benefits

  • 1 - Workaround for firewalls and access rights
  • 2 - Views conversion
  • 3 - Flexible customization for all db elements
  • 4 - Bulk and quantization for speed up of big volume of data processing
  • 5 - Conditional data migration
  • 6 - Full UNICODE architecture support
  • 7 - Optimal data mapping
  • 8 - Verification of potential migration issues
  • 9 - Command line mode & scheduling
  • 10 - Savable sessions