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SwisSQL - SQL Server to Oracle Edition - Stored Procedure and SQL Migration tool

'SwisSQL - SQL Server to Oracle Edition' is an automated Migration tool to convert stored procedures implemented in Microsoft SQL Server Transact SQL into equivalent Oracle PL/SQL code. It automates more than 90% of the Transact SQL code conversion into PL/SQL with very minimal manual intervention. SwisSQL migration tool removes the time consuming, tedious and error prone manual effort involved in typical migration projects and provides great productivity benefit with high quality output and short turnaround time. SwisSQL - SQL Server to Oracle Edition provides the following significant features: * Migration of SQL Server Transact SQL procedures, functions, triggers, cursors, tables and views into PL/SQL. * Supports conversion of Transact SQL In-Built Functions, SQL queries & all In-Built data types (including user-defined types).

SwisSQL -Sybase to Oracle Edition - Stored Procedure/SQL Migration Tool

'SwisSQL - Sybase to Oracle Edition' is an automated Migration tool to convert stored procedures implemented in Sybase Transact SQL into equivalent Oracle PL/SQL code. It automates more than 90% of the Transact SQL code conversion into PL/SQL with very minimal manual intervention. SwisSQL migration tool removes the time consuming, tedious and error prone manual effort involved in typical migration projects and provides great productivity benefit with high quality output and short turnaround time. SwisSQL - SQL Server to Oracle Edition provides the following significant features: * Migration of Sybase Transact SQL procedures, functions, triggers, cursors, tables and views into PL/SQL. * Supports conversion of Transact SQL In-Built Functions, SQL queries & all In-Built data types (including user-defined types).



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