Oracle Migration
Posted by: Andrew Gilfrin
Date: June 17, 2005 04:10PM

I've been testing the Migration tool against Oracle....

Oracle has a test/demo schema called HR which has a small amout of tables and data and makes and idea starting point to test.

It has the following, 7 tables, 1 View, 2 Stored Procedures and 3 sequences.

I decided to just test the tables. I did the migration and it seemed to work fine but when I logged into MySQL I noticed that only 4 of the 7 tables had been migrated.

The 4 that transfered seem to have been created and the correct amount of data is shown. One problem I did see is that in Oracle it's using a NUMBER type and this is converted to INT in MySQL I don't think this should be the case.

In Oracle any numbers which are defined without a size are by default (13,2) the migration tool kit seems to have assumed it's an INT which is not correct.

I deleted the MySQL DB and tried again but the same thing happened 4 tables only.

Andrew Gilfrin
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