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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Oracle -> MySQL replication, how?

    Hi all,
    I have: Oracle 9i on solaris,
    many MySQL db's (win server and linux) inside the corporate network and in other networks. I need to move some data from Oracle to MySQL instances according the shedule and (if possible) according to some user action.

    The question is: How to realize this? Any third-party tools?

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    >How to realize this?
    For VARCHAR & NUMBERS, create CSV file & then load into MYSQL

    >Any third-party tools?
    Write PERL to SELECT from Oracle & INSERT into MYSQL.
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    yeah, but what about a transport?

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    >yeah, but what about a transport?
    Sneakernet via thumb drive is 1 option.

    You have provided few to NO details about your situation or environment.
    What kind of response do you expect?
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
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    For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
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    Once again goole is your friend. Once of the first entries was

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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent
    >yeah, but what about a transport?
    Sneakernet via thumb drive is 1 option.

    You have provided few to NO details about your situation or environment.
    What kind of response do you expect?
    names of tools or something like that. look:
    Corp network,
    Solaris 10, Oracle 9i (I don't remember full version): 192.168.1.25
    Corp network,
    Windows Server 2003, MySQL 5.1: 192.168.2.25
    Another network at the other side of the Earth (no VPN's)
    Ubuntu Server 8.1, MySQL 5.1
    I just need to truncate 3 tables in all MySQL's and fill it with data from Oracle. What tools can I use?

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    hi,

    though it is not a complete solution, you can try it manually.

    1.truncate/drop those table in MySQL
    2. Mysql provide free tool to migrate into mysql from oracle. You can use those to copy your required tables from oracle
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