Convert SQLite to Oracle.

Our DBConvert/ DBSync for SQLite and Oracle applications are effective data migration tools performing two-way conversions and synchronizations from SQLite to Oracle. The software works through remote connections so your databases can be hosted on any local or remote server.

The intuitive interface and powerful features complete any process in short times.

DBSync for SQLite and Oracle keeps your data up-to-date and consistent with the help of our Update, Drop, and Insert synchronization types.

This solution can also be used to back up your oracle data to dump files for further usage on Oracle server.

A clear and precise tree-view shows the user how the destination database is structured. Feel free to customize any database object, modify structures, rename tables, fields or change their types, drop unnecessary elements, move part of a table to new one and more.

All processes can be automated by means of command-line feature or built-in Scheduler so that users do not have to remember when to run their jobs manually.

Look at this Oracle related FAQ section to resolve possible Oracle errors you may find.

 Amazon RDS configuration manual for DBConvert.
 DBConvert for Oracle & SQlite

Migration directions:

  • SQLite → Oracle, Oracle Dump
  • Oracle → SQLite, Oracle Dump
  • SQLite ↔ Amazon RDS

Version: 1.2.6

Release Date: Sept. 1, 2020

 DBSync for Oracle & SQlite

Sync directions:

  • SQLite ↔ Oracle
  • SQLite ↔ Amazon RDS

Version: 1.2.5

Release Date: Aug. 24, 2020

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DBConvert Studio

 Version: 1.8.4

Release Date: Nov. 23, 2020

Supported databases:

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

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Using SQLite to Oracle conversion and synchronization tools.

When you start DBConvert or DBSync application in GUI mode it guides you through several steps to set up the database migration or synchronization:

1. Connect to SQLite source database.

If a source database requires you to log in, you can specify a user name/ password and host/ port parameters.

Connect to SQLite source database from DBConvert

2. Connect to Oracle destination database.

Specifying parameters for destination database looks like the same as for source. Usually, it consists of defining connection settings and username/password pairs.

Connect to Oracle target database from DBConvert

NOTE #1: Every DBConvert or DBSync tool has two different databases in its name. That means any specified database from a pair can be set up as a source or destination. Besides, the same type of database may be set up both as a source or destination.

As an example, here is the list of possible migration directions with on-premises databases:

  • SQLite to Oracle
  • Oracle to SQLite
  • SQLite to SQLite
  • Oracle to Oracle

NOTE #2: Don't be confused by the fact that connections to cloud databases like Amazon RDS, Microsoft Azure SQL, Google Cloud, and Heroku are not explicitly specified in the configuration of a source or destination in the DBConvert / DBSync interface. To connect to Cloud database instances, use the same settings as you do for traditional on-premises databases.

NOTE #3: Your connections to source and target databases stay active until you close DBConvert/ DBSync application or reopen new connections on "source" and "destination" steps.

Read more about the specific source/ destination configurations for different databases.

3. Custoimzation and configuration.

At the next step, you can specify precisely which tables, fields, indices, views you want to transfer to the Oracle destination database. Just check/ uncheck the box in front of each database object you want to convert.

Customize general database/ tables settings. Or set up a particular table , field, index individually when migrating data from SQLite to Oracle.

Check out our articles about Custoimzation and configuration. for detailed information.

The screenshot below sums up general features available in DBConvert software solutions.

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

The database typically constrains certain relations on the data that cannot be violated. On the customization step, a smart error checker verifies all possible Data integrity and Referential integrity issues and highlights them, if any, before performing a migration.

DBConvert software to default tries to automatically map database types from the source SQLite database to the closest equivalent of the target Oracle database types. But you can manually change data types for the whole database globally with "Global mapping" or individually for each field.

Check out Smart error checker. Errors and Warnings for more information.

5. Execution. The final stage of data migration from SQLite to Oracle

Once you configure source and destination databases for migration in the previous steps, you can start the actual conversion or synchronization process.

Click the "Commit" button to start conversion. Also, here, you can monitor the migtation/ 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

Read more about execution stage available options.

Command line mode

Previously saved sessions can be passed as parameters to Command-Line DBConvert Client. A session keeps SQLite source and Oracle target database connection settings with other specified options.

Example: C:\Program Files\DBConvert\oracle2sqlitePro\oracle2sqlitePro_Cons.exe /Session:"Session_Name"

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

Built-in scheduler.

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

DBConvert screenshot

Highlights

  • Oracle 10.x.x/ 11.x.x/ 12.x.x, Oracle XE (Express Edition) located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows machines
  • ODBC Oracle and Oracle client are not required
  • Saving data into an Oracle Dump for export to Oracle database
  • Views conversion from Oracle to MS SQL and MySQL and back support
  • SQLite version 3.0 and higher support
  • SQLite database size optimization
  • Amazon RDS Oracle DB Instance support
  • Speed conversion with Bulk and Quantization features

Requirements

  • Necessary privileges to write into network shared folder (LAN or VPN) where destination database SQLite resides
  • 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)
  • Oracle 12.x versions require Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Client (12.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) to be installed: