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Getting out of MS Access [to MySQL]

Getting out of MS Access [to MySQL]

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 12, 2001


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"You just finishing converting your servers to Linux, but now want to get the corporate MS Access database into a MySQL database. How do you do that? Well, In this short tutorial we are going to show how to convert an MS Access database into a MySQL database. To accomplish this task we are going to use a script written by Brian Andrews, that converts Access tables into MySQL tables. So lets get started." In this short tutorial we are going to show how to convert an MS Access database into a MySQL database.

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