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Migrating Access to SQL

Thread began 9/08/2009 12:17 pm by karen.marley367377 | Last modified 9/10/2009 8:11 pm by Nuno | 1774 views | 5 replies |

karen.marley367377

Migrating Access to SQL

I have an access database that I would like to migrate to mySQL (the hosting company using myphpamin to administer)

Can anyone recommend a good software package that will do this?

Many thanks for your help

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Eric Mittman

There are a few ways that you can do this, you can use a tool that will make the transition for your or you can do this by manually exporting the data from Access and using LOAD DATA in MySQL. I don't have much experience with using these tools but here is a good page that details this information:

access-migrate.html

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karen.marley367377

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  There are a few ways that you can do this, you can use a tool that will make the transition for your or you can do this by manually exporting the data from Access and using LOAD DATA in MySQL. I don't have much experience with using these tools but here is a good page that details this information:

access-migrate.html  



Not sure where to put this post but - cannot connect to the mysql server - getting error 1045 access denied, incorrect password. Reading posts on mysql website and it seems that a registry key needs to be deleted - this scares me! - can you advise?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you can back the registry key up before deleting it.


In the registry editor, select the key you are about to delete, then go to file and select Export. This will create a .reg file that can be used to re import the deleted registry key by double clicking it if something goes wrong.

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wda237270

Access to MySQL using BullZip Access To MySQL

info.php

BullZip.com has a great GUI interface that I've used that did a great job of moving my Access database to MySQL

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Nuno

From ACCESS to MySQL...

Originally Said By: wda237270
  info.php

BullZip.com has a great GUI interface that I've used that did a great job of moving my Access database to MySQL  



This save me great deal of time. Thanks

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