One of the most important parts of database migration is having a full understanding of the current systems and the business applications that they support. Without this fundamental knowledge, you will not only run the risk of missing key components in the system, but you will also not be able to strategically improve the performance of the database.
In order for your oracle to sybase migration to be successful, it is best to follow the suggestions that are outlined below:
In migrating Oracle PL/SQL code to the Sybase Transact – SQL you will need to manage this for the stored procedures, triggers, SQL Functions as well as the code in the client applications.
The maintenance, administration, and monitoring tasks are highly specific for each database system and a simple migration will not work for these items. Use a seasoned expert in each database brand to avoid issues with your migration.
One of the first things that you will need to evaluate and determine is if the database migration will require the following:
Create a table of the systems you will need to implement to replicate or improve the database functionality.
|Oracle Database Server||Sybase ASE (Adaptive Server Enterprise)|
|Oracle OLAP and DW||Sybase IQ|
|Oracle RAC||Sybase ASE Cluster Edition|
|Oracle Times Ten||Sybase ASE In-Memory Database|
|Oracle Golden Gate||Sybase Replication Server|
Useful tips to use in your migration:
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