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Porting tool request

4 posts in Product Futures Discussion Last posting was on 2003-09-18 20:20:41.0Z
Pablo Sanchez Posted on 2003-05-09 21:05:04.0Z
Subject: Porting tool request
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It'd be very cool for Sybase engineering to write a similar tool ...

http://www-3.ibm.com/software/data/db2/migration/mtk

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Pablo Sanchez, blueoak Database Engineering
http://www.blueoakdb.com


Olivier Posted on 2003-05-12 13:19:43.0Z
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I think that Sybase provides such a tool, but you need very last version of
powerDesigner to use it.

On Fri, 09 May 2003 14:05:04 -0700,
in sybase.public.ase.product_futures_discussion

Pablo Sanchez <pablo@dev.null> wrote:
>It'd be very cool for Sybase engineering to write a similar tool ...
>
> http://www-3.ibm.com/software/data/db2/migration/mtk
>
>--
>Pablo Sanchez, blueoak Database Engineering
>http://www.blueoakdb.com

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Olivier Citeau from Paris, France
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Pablo Sanchez Posted on 2003-05-12 15:44:18.0Z
Subject: Re: Porting tool request
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"Olivier" <ociteau-NOCANSPAM@yahoo.fr> wrote in news:ONecnkIGDHA.318@forums-
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> I think that Sybase provides such a tool, but you need very last
> version of powerDesigner to use it.

I don't think that's a viable option. The tool from IBM is _free_ I
was able to convert a SQL Server instance to DB2/UDB in short order to
get a cost estimate on the port - it's not 100% foolproof but does a
lot of the work.
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Pablo Sanchez, Blueoak Database Engineering
http://www.blueoakdb.com


Steve Olson Posted on 2003-09-18 20:20:41.0Z
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we are providing the 'Architect' portion of PowerDesigner, along with
PowerTransfer, with ASE 12.5.1 in the Client CD. This will reverse
engineer a schema from any odbc-accessible data source, and allow you
to 'push' that schema to ASE. PowerTransfer can then be invoked (as a
PowerDesigner plugin) to transfer the data.

Regards,
Steve

Pablo Sanchez wrote:

> "Olivier" <ociteau-NOCANSPAM@yahoo.fr> wrote in news:ONecnkIGDHA.318@forums-
> 1-dub:
>
>
>>I think that Sybase provides such a tool, but you need very last
>>version of powerDesigner to use it.
>
>
> I don't think that's a viable option. The tool from IBM is _free_ I
> was able to convert a SQL Server instance to DB2/UDB in short order to
> get a cost estimate on the port - it's not 100% foolproof but does a
> lot of the work.