DBMover for Access to Oracle is a powerful tool to import Access into Oracle database. DBMover allows you to define flexible table/field mappings between Access and Oracle databases. It also lets you perform a query and use the query result as a data source during migration. DBMover for Access to Oracle allows to automate and schedule the conversion process. User-friendly wizard-style interface. Ability to save settings into profile. Automatic data migration at the time and period you specify. All your settings can be stored into a configuration file. You can tell the program to restore conversion settings when executing similar tasks, to make life easier. You can do the same in a command line. Besides, you can automate the conversion process by using Windows Task Scheduler. Ability to import SQL queries into Oracle. Ability to export Access data into dump file. Dump file is an intermediate work file generated from source database. With it you can migrate data in two steps: 1) Export Access data into dump file; 2) Import the dump file into Oracle. When you cannot connect to source and target databases simultaneously, dump file can be very useful. Ability to establish flexible mappings between source and destination tables. Table names, field names, and field numbers can be different between source and target databases. Robust error-handling mechanism recording every possible error without any user interaction. Fully optimized performance resulting in quicker manipulation of large amounts of data. Support for Oracle 8i and any later version. Support for Microsoft Access version 95, 97, 2000, 2003, 2007 and any later version. Direct connection to Oracle without additional settings. DBMover allows to connect to Oracle database either directly or by using Oracle client. In the case of direct connection, neither Oracle client nor extra DLL files are necessary.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 31 Jan 2012
Last Updated 15 May 2012
Tags Access,oracle,Access to oracle,convert,dbmover,dbmove,software,migrate