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2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2007-11-05 18:08:08.0Z
Alex Posted on 2007-11-05 17:55:57.0Z
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I've been working with data pipeline from ora10g to
sqlAnywhere using a ODBC connection, and having some
problems, but first at all, is there a reason why on the
design screen of the data pipeline the type of the new table
appear with the data type set to "uniqueidentifief" and not
to char, varchar or whatever correspond from the Ora table
structure.

I must to select the corresponding data type manually from
the source type.

I don't remenber a task like this on my previous experience
with data pipeline, this time my tables have long structures
and I don't want to make a mistake accidentaly.

Please someone to give me an advice.

Alex

TIA.


"Stephen Rice" Posted on 2007-11-05 18:08:08.0Z
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You're probably better off asking this question in the PowerBuilder
newsgroups. It is the one doing the "re-mapping"

--
/steve
Stephen Rice
Sybase iAnywhere

<Alex> wrote in message news:472f592d.1795.1681692777@sybase.com...
>
> I've been working with data pipeline from ora10g to
> sqlAnywhere using a ODBC connection, and having some
> problems, but first at all, is there a reason why on the
> design screen of the data pipeline the type of the new table
> appear with the data type set to "uniqueidentifief" and not
> to char, varchar or whatever correspond from the Ora table
> structure.
>
> I must to select the corresponding data type manually from
> the source type.
>
> I don't remenber a task like this on my previous experience
> with data pipeline, this time my tables have long structures
> and I don't want to make a mistake accidentaly.
>
> Please someone to give me an advice.
>
> Alex
>
> TIA.