Oracle to Access conversion and synchronization.

Use our powerful database migration tools to convert and synchronize data from Oracle to Access files effortlessly and reliably!

Microsoft Access is really intended for small, standalone databases. On the contrary, Oracle is an enterprise database solution for large volumes of data. But there may still be situations when you need to move or synchronize data from Oracle to MS Access. For example, calculations are made in Oracle and you need to provide some data to your clients with MS Access. You might also want to upload a changed dataset to Oracle or sync Access data with Oracle server on the fly.

Our software has a familiar tree-view representation of your target databases and many useful settings to customize your databases.

Different types of synchronization are also available for keeping your databases up-to-date.

Synchronization and conversion processes can be scheduled and launched automatically to execute migration jobs. Scheduler works as a service, so you don’t need to start the application manually every time.

Look at this Oracle related FAQ section to resolve Oracle errors you may find.  Amazon RDS configuration manual for DBConvert.
Supported databases:
  • Microsoft Access
  • Oracle On-Premises
  • Oracle Cloud
  • Oracle Dump
  • Amazon RDS
 DBConvert for Oracle & Access

Version: 1.2.2

Release Date: Oct. 24, 2023

 DBSync for Oracle & Access

Version: 1.2.5

Release Date: May 3, 2024

Try All-in-one DB migration and Sync software.

DBConvert Studio

 Version: 4.0.9

Release Date: June 17, 2024

Supported databases:

  • SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • MariaDB
  • Percona
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL
  • Access
  • FoxPro
  • SQLite
  • Interbase
  • Firebird
  • IBM DB2
  • MS Azure SQL
  • Amazon RDS
  • Amazon Aurora
  • Heroku Postgres
  • Google Cloud

Using Oracle to Access conversion and synchronization tools.

When launching the DBConvert or DBSync application in GUI mode, it seamlessly guides you through the steps to initiate database migration or synchronization:

1. Connect to Oracle source database.

Specify the username/password and host/port parameters if your source database requires login credentials.

Connect to Oracle source database from DBConvert

2. Connect to Access destination database.

Specify parameters for the destination database similar to the source, defining connection settings and username/password pairs.

Connect to Access target database from DBConvert

NOTE #1: Each DBConvert or DBSync tool's name comprises two different databases, enabling any specified database to operate as the source or destination. Furthermore, the same type of database can function as both the source and destination.

NOTE #2: Connections to cloud databases (e.g., Amazon RDS, Google Cloud, or Azure SQL) aren't explicitly specified in the user interface but use the same settings as traditional on-premises databases.

NOTE #3: Connections to source and target databases remain active until you close the DBConvert/DBSync application or reopen new connections.

Refer to our documentation for specific source/ destination configurations for different databases.

3. Configure database migration options.

Specify the tables, fields, indices, and views you want to transfer to the Access destination database by checking/unchecking the corresponding boxes.

Customize general database/ tables settings. Or configure specific table , field, index object individually when migrating data.

Explore our articles in the user's manual about Configuring database migration options. for detailed information.

The screenshot below summarizes the general features available in DBConvert software.

4. Detection of potential database migration issues. Errors and Warnings

The database enforces certain relations on the data, and on the customization step, an intelligent error checker verifies all possible data integrity and referential integrity issues. It highlights any problems before migration starts.

By default, DBConvert attempts to automatically map the database types of the source Oracle database to the closest equivalent of the target Access database types. However, you can manually change the data types for the entire database globally using the "Global mapping" or individually for each field.

Explore the Intelligent error checker for more information. on errors and warnings

5. Execution. The final stage of data migration.

Initiate the conversion or synchronization process after configuring source and destination databases in the previous steps.

Click the "Commit" button to start conversion. Here, you can also monitor the migration/synchronization process.

Optionally save connection settings and configuration parameters into the session file to schedule the launching of sync or migration jobs regularly.

Execution step of DBConvert products

Explore more about the options available during the execution stage

Command line mode

Pass previously saved sessions as parameters to the Command-Line DBConvert Client. A session retains Oracle source and Access target database connection settings with other specified options.

Example:

C:\Program Files\DBConvert\oracle2accessPro\oracle2accessPro_Cons.exe /Session:"Session_Name"

NOTE: First, run the software in GUI mode to create a session file with initial parameters.

Built-in scheduler.

Our applications include a built-in scheduler to run database migration and sync jobs at specified times. Set the scheduled date and time to execute job sessions automatically.

Find more Information about the built-in scheduler

DBConvert screenshot

Supported OS:

Requirements

  • Access 2000 or higher. Both Access 32/64 versions are supported
  • Necessary privileges to write into database on the target Oracle server (this requirement is optional as there is an option to overcome the restrictions using dump file)
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 x86 Redistributable package
  • Oracle 12.x versions require Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Client (12.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) to be installed.

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Highlights

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