I'm not really sure if you can, as I've always just see procedures in SQL Server rewritten in Oracle. But if you can you will likely have to be using the transparent gateway to SQL Server. Once you have the transparent gateway, SQL Server will appear to be an Oracle data source which you can query in real time via a database link or you can use snapshots to copy data in either direction.
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