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How to dump SQL Server database with Oracle data

We need to dump a SQL Server 2005 database with the data from an OLTP Oracle 7.2.3 database. Should we pull data from SQL Server or push data from the Oracle DB?

We need to dump a SQL Server 2005 database with the data from an OLTP Oracle 7.2.3 database daily. Which of the following is better:
  1. Pulling data from SQL Server 2005 DB
  2. Pushing data from Oracle 7.2.3
From experience, I would pull data from SQL Server using DTS packages. With this all you should need to do is configure an ODBC connection to the Oracle database.
This was first published in June 2007

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