DBConvert/ DBSync for Access and Microsoft SQL Server are powerful cross database
migration tools for upsizing and
synchronization of Access x86/x64 data to MS SQL Server.
Generally the number concurrent users for an Access database is limited to maximum of 10-20 users. Access does not
provide the level of security and reliability that SQL Server does. Besides, Microsoft said, that the MS Jet
Database Engine that is used in MS Access, has entered a state of functional deprecation. They recommend using MS
SQL Server Express or MS SQL Server Compact Editions instead for new database applications as a backend.
DBConvert for Access and MSSQL performs database conversion from Access 32/64
versions to Microsoft SQL Server/ Windows Azure SQL
Databases and inversely. Other migration combinations are supported as well. The
tool provides direct conversion but
when you need to workaround firewalls MS SQL Dump files may be generated.
DBConvert software is able to convert MS Access queries to MS SQL Server
views automatically with no need to know
about the differences between SQL dialects.
DBSync for Access and MSSQL is a powerful sync tool designed for two-way synchronization
between Access and Microsoft SQL Server databases.
Sync of data from MS Access to SQL Azure and vice versa is possible as well. It is also appropriate for
database replication between two MS SQL Server databases. DBSync for Access and SQL
helps to keep your Access, MS SQL,
Azure SQL databases fresh and up-to-date satisfying all possible syncing needs.
Read more information about
- Deprecation of the MS Jet DB Engine.
- Incorporates a multi-generational architecture.
- Provides for the management of large volumes of data.
- Provides for multiple-user database access.
- Supports better data integrity and backup management.
More about the reasons to migrate from MS Access to Server RDBMS.
Remember, if you have restricted direct access to your MS SQL database, MS SQL Dump files may be generated.
Automate the process using our
built-in scheduler and our powerful
It takes just 6 minutes to convert 1 million records from MS Access x64 to MS SQL Server.