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David Simpson

FmPro Migrator - Migrates FileMaker to Oracle and MySQL

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David Simpson

FmPro Migrator quickly and accurately migrates FileMaker Pro database structure and data to Oracle and MySQL.


-- Migrates CSV files to Oracle and MySQL

-- Migrates TAB delimited files to Oracle and MySQL

-- Host FileMaker Pro databases at any ISP supporting MySQL

-- Documents FileMaker Pro database structure

-- Migration of large text fields and image data to Oracle

-- Processing of up to 50 open FileMaker Pro databases

-- Supports FileMaker Pro stand-alone solutions files


FmPro Migrator can utilize CSV or TAB delimited export files to migrate relatively small datasets from FileMaker Pro.


FileMaker Pro database fields containing more than 4000 characters of text are migrated to Oracle CLOB columns - supporting up to 4 billion characters per field (or MySQL TEXT columns supporting 65000 characters). JPEG Image data within FileMaker Pro container fields is migrated directly to Oracle BLOB columns or MySQL LongBLOB columns through a network connection. No manual data entry is required for processing either of these specialized datatypes.


Migration scripts and database structure reports may also be generated for stand-alone FileMaker Pro solution applications compiled for the MacOS platform.


Migration scripts and documentation files are generated for all open FileMaker Pro database files. This feature can be utilized to quickly produce documentation of database structure for large numbers of existing FileMaker Pro solutions.


FmPro Migrator utilizes specialized features of MacOS X, therefore it is available only for MacOS X. For more info please see: http://www.dotcomsolutionsinc.net/products/fmpro_migrator/index.html

A free demo version of FmPro Migrator may be downloaded from http://www.dotcomsolutionsinc.net/downloads/index.html

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