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Posted Oct 14, 2004

AdventNet Releases Free Edition of SwisSQL Database Stored Procedure Migration Tools

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From AdventNet, Inc.]

AdventNet Inc., the leading provider of affordable database migration, network, systems, and applications management software, today announced the release of a free edition version of its industry leading SwisSQL Database Stored Procedure Migration Tools. AdventNet is the first vendor to offer stored procedure migration as part of its SwisSQL database migration suite. With the free edition, customers can migrate up to 5000 lines of stored procedures across databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, and IBM DB2.

SwisSQL eliminates the need for manual database migration that typically requires high investment of labor, cost and time. AdventNet SwisSQL offers automated database migration tools to migrate complex proprietary stored procedures, SQL dialects, database schema, and enterprise data from one database to another.

The article continues at http://www.swissql.com/news/free-edition.html



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