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godhands 13Dec2006 17:45

Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
Im a beginner, i know asp and asp.net, i have done several projects over that. But all are using Asp, Asp.net with the back-end using Ms- Access. Now whats the problem one of my clients want to upgrade the Ms-Access into Sql database. I search all around the net.

I need to convert Ms-Access data to Ms -Sql How will i do that ?

Is there any software if its available free that will be well and good becos my client is not goin to pay me for converting the data to ms-sql.

godhands 13Dec2006 17:46

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
i left to say one thing. if the software costs less than 30$ also i can afford

shabbir 13Dec2006 19:08

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
http://convert-in.com/acc2mss.htm The price is a bit above your budget

godhands 14Dec2006 12:19

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
I need a free trial do you know any other places where i can experience a free trial of atleast 15 days shabbir

godhands 14Dec2006 12:20

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
30 days would be ideal

shabbir 14Dec2006 14:16

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by godhands
30 days would be ideal

I dont know if something better than that is available.

clocking 30Sep2007 07:29

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by shabbir
I dont know if something better than that is available.

I think so, too. May be I meet problem like you. My database based on sqlserver2000 didn't work ending I changed to Access.
:confused:

clocking 30Sep2007 07:32

Re: Access to Ms sql or Oracle
 
shabbir , If I use mysql intead of sqlserver, what do you think? (certainly, database for web application)


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