MySQL Migration Toolkit 1.0.8 beta released (Oracle, MS Access, MS SQL Server)
Posted by: Michael G. Zinner
Date: June 24, 2005 01:51PM

MySQL Migration Toolkit 1.0.8 beta has been released. All users are recommended to update to this new release.

The Toolkit provides "optimized migration" from MS Access, MS SQL Server and Oracle.

And, this version adds support for "generic migration" from Any Database that has a JDBC Driver.

The list of new features includes
- Added logging of data bulk transfer messages/errors
- Added new RDBMS management with new connection dialog and connection storage
- Added MySQL > MySQL migration
- Added notification of object creation issues and the ability to fix the generated SQL statements manually
- Added generic migration
- MS-SQL Server: Selection of the database in the connection dialog.
- MS-Access: Added reverse engineering of foreign keys if access to the system tables is granted
- increased BLOB field data limit to 5MB for data bulk transfer
- improved summary report

The list of addressed bugs includes
- workaround for a MSSQL server limitation for sorting rows with a size bigger than 8094
- fixed caption for MSSQL schema
- fixed broken CREATE TABLE statement for MS Access tables that contain an index called Primary
- fixed issue in latest JRE detection
- prevent error during sequence reverse engineering stop the migration process

MySQL Migration Toolkit forum:


Michael Zinner, Team Lead, Developer Tools

Are you MySQL certified?

Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 06/29/2005 09:14AM by Michael G. Zinner.

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