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  • Blog Post: Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) v5.3 is now available.

    SSMA simplifies database migration process from Oracle/Sybase/MySQL and Microsoft Access to SQL Server and SQL Azure. SSMA automates all aspects of migration including migration assessment analysis, schema and SQL statement conversion, data migration as well as migration testing to reduce cost and reduce...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) 5.2 is Now Available

    Automating Database Migration to SQL Server 2012 SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) v5.2 is now available. SSMA simplifies database migration process from Oracle/Sybase/MySQL and Microsoft Access to SQL Server and SQL Azure. SSMA automates all aspects of migration including migration assessment...
  • Blog Post: Migrating from Sybase ASE to SQL Server – How to use SSMA for Sybase

    [Updated 2/7/2012 Jiafei Yuan - Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Sybase v5.2. The information provided below is still valid for SSMA for Sybase v5.2. Users should download the lastest SSMA for Sybase] In this blog, I’m going to walk you through the process of converting...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Sybase ASE to SQL Server: Similarities and Differences to Help in Planning a Migration Project

    [Updated 2/7/2012 Jiafei Yuan - Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Sybase v5.2. The information provided below is still valid for SSMA for Sybase v5.2. Users should download the lastest SSMA for Sybase] This blog post explores the similarities and differences between Sybase Adaptive...
  • Blog Post: Saving Comments During Migration

    During migration to SQL Server, you may find that the source database schema contains some comments to describe the schema. This can be as a comment within programming code (such as Oracle PL/SQL) in procedure, function, package, view or as a comment that is part of the table/ column schema. SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: Video: Converting Schema to SQL Server

    This video walks you through the schema conversion of SSMA, including an example on how to resolve issue during conversion Check out the other videos in this series: Introduction to SSMA Planning Your Database Migration Analyzing Database Using SSMA Converting Schema to SQL...
  • Blog Post: How To Convert Individual Statement Using SSMA

    You can use SSMA to convert a statement (such as PL/SQL) into T-SQL statement using SSMA. This functionality can be used, for example, to convert embedded SQL statement inside an application that connects to the database. Use the following steps to convert individual statement: Open SSMA tool...
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