MSSQL to MySQL Converter is a tool to Convert, Migrate data from MS SQL
Server Database to MySQL Database or from MySQL to MS SQL Server Database. You
can convert multiple tables in one go from MS SQL Server to MySQL or from MS SQL
Server to MySQL database. While converting you can map source table columns to
matching destination table columns. Filter rows by specifying WHERE conditions.
It comes with a built in scheduler so that you can run transfer jobs at specified intervals. Now no need to run jobs repeatedly, just create a Session define the Schedule Date and Time and MSSQL to MySQL Converter will automatically executes your session in the background and records the actions in a specified log file. You can later on check the log file for information.
Provides a command line interface also to run migration jobs manually so that it can be easily integrated with your own application.
All the sessions are stored in a repository. It provides a user friendly interface to manage repository, such as taking backup and/or restore repository from a previous backup. You can also create a new blank repository in case you need it.
Supports BULK LOAD and BULK INSERT method to load data into MSSQL and MySQL databases. This method greatly improves the performance and one can load millions of rows in very less time.
Compare the following features which you will not find in any other tool
Load data into any existing target table with full Column Mapping
UPSERT and INSERT feature to synchronize source and target tables. More
Creates SQL dump files from any Source Databases
Folder Polling feature, monitors a specified folder and loads data automatically from changing CSV or Text files
Support Command Line interface to execute sessions from command line or other applications
Supports repository to easily manage all saved sessions
Comes with its own scheduler or you can use Windows Task Scheduler to execute repeated migration jobs
Support Bulk Inserts and Bulk Load feature to load millions of rows at
Using MS SQL to MySQL Converter you can perform the following conversion
Synchronizes Source and Target databases by Updating a row if a matching row exist in the target table. If the matching row does not exist it Inserts a new row in the target table
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