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  1. #1
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    Wink Unanswered: migration from access to postgres

    I would like to carry out an automatic migration from access to postgres, i.e. a program able to traverse several folders to get the data base.

    So :

    - is to safeguard the structures and various inforamtions to get with postgres.

    - is to launch the program starting from postgres, to read the bases access and to build the data bases directly.


    If somebody know a program which works already, or has an idea to carry out this operation thank you to answer me...

    Greg.
    P.S. sorry for my english....

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    Thumbs up cool

    The easiest way to get this job done is : http://www.dbtools.com.br , it's free and really working ! I'm working with it till more thgan 6 months with daily big amounts of data and servers !
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  3. #3
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    more information?

    do you know if it is automated? i.e. recover all the data bases of folders and sub-folders?

    Greg

    P.S. thanks for your tips....

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    Thumbs up Don't understand

    Whet do u mean bu folders and sub folders ?
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  5. #5
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    Post Re: Don't understand

    I have on Windows nt with Access many repertories, and in each of them there are data bases.

    So i want to have a automated operation...

  6. #6
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    Lightbulb Oh

    In that case u must do so :

    - Create a new database.
    - Import all you databses in that dabases.
    - Export the new databse to Pgsql.

    You can also create many databses containg others Dbs ,n dependening in you.
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