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Compare data in oracle with the data in SQL
Posted by: Veena V
Date: January 22, 2008 06:23PM

How do we compare data across databases, between Oracle and SQL database?
I need to compare few columns in table T1 in oracle with few columns in table T2 in MySQL. Can I write 2 seperate queries one for each database and compare the result?

If the result set of each database is huge (has many rows) then how is the comparison done?

Do we have to write stored procedures or some Java program for this?

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