Migrating data from MS Access(*.mdb; *.accdb) to Oracle

This article will show you how to use a simple database migration wizard to quickly migrate data from MS Access to Oracle! Help you solve complex tasks and save a lot of time!

Requirements:

Introduction:

1. In "Choose a Data Source" dialog, Choose "Microsoft Access (*.mdb;*.accdb)";

  • Press "..." button to select the Access database (.MDB or .ACCDB) file.
  • If there is a workgroup (system database), press "Lock" button to set it.
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2. In "Choose a Destination" dialog, choose "Oracle";

  • Input the server name (default: localhost) and port (default: 1521).
  • Input the username (default is "system") and its password.
  • Select the logon method (SID, Service_Name or TNS).
  • Input the source Oracle SID or Service_Name in "Database" box or let it empty if using TNS method.
  • Input the schema name or let it empty (default is same as username, you can press "Refresh" button to list all schemas).
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3. In "Select source Tables(s) & View(s)" dialog;

  • Select the tables/views which will be migrated.
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  • Click "..." to set the table options or remap the table structure.
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  • You can set the data transfer method (Overwrite Table/Empty Data/Append Data/Skip Table) or filter the data before transferring.
  • Choose "Field Mapping" option, you can redefine the fields in the destination table, e.g.: field name, data type, default value, comment and also.

4. In "Execution" Dialog;

  • Click "Submit" to begin the migration, this toolkit will help you quickly migrate data from MS Access to Oracle without intervention.
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  • Click "Browse Log" to visit the full migration log.
  • Click "Save as job" to save the migration settings to a job file, so you can "Load Job" to quickly reload the migration job in the future or run the migration job via command-prompt. Run "esf-cmd --help" in command-prompt to get the full command parameters.

5. Finished!

The program will complete the migration as quickly as possible and generate a migration report to you. All you have to do is sit and wait. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us.

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