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Posted May 11, 2010

Ease the Data Integration Effort with Sybase's Data Transfer Utility

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Transferring data between applications is done all the time.  Sometimes, the data transfers are done once, other times they are done repeatedly so the most up to date information can be obtained.  Sybase offers the Data Transfer Utility to help with migrating data between applications.

Building processes that perform data transfers are time consuming to construct.  The Data Transfer Utility for ASE provides a fast and efficient means for transferring data and determining only those rows that have changed since the last data transfer.  In order to accomplish this, some new SQL commands and table options have been introduced.

If you are building processes to migrate data between your ASE and/or Sybase IQ destination then you should consider how Sybase’s Data Transfer Utility might help lessen the burden of building these data migration processes. This white paper provides you all the details you will need to understand how this utility really works.  Read this white paper so you can decide what is the best mechanism to use to build your data transfer utilities.

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