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Sending data from Oracle database to SQL Server

I want to send data (rows from a table) from an Oracle database to SQL Server. Is there an optimal way to do that?

I want to send data (rows from a table) from an Oracle database to SQL Server. Is there an optimal way to do that?

There are a few methods worth exploring. When going from Oracle to SQL Server, it has always worked best for me to use SQL Server's Data Transformation Services (DTS). Install Oracle client on the SQL Server database server and configure an ODBC definition to point to that Oracle instance. Fire up SQL Server's Import and Export Wizard (DTS Wizard) and choose ODBC as your data source. You can then navigate to the Oracle table. Choose the SQL Server destination table and let the DTS wizard do the work for you!

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