DBConvert for Access and MySQL 8.3.8

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Posted on 2019-08-14, by everest555.



File size: 52.6 MB
DBConvert/ DBSync for Access and MySQL are two-way Cross Database Migration and synchronization solutions for data conversion from Microsoft Access 32/ 64 to MySQL/ MariaDB or Percona databases. DBConvert software is able to convert queries from Microsoft Access to MySQL/ MariaDB/ Percona views automatically. Our improved conversion engine allows 500 thousand records to be converted in 3-5 min. In case your hosting provider restricts direct access to your MySQL database you can save data into a dump file or even generate PHP script to overcome the restrictions. DBSync for Access and MySQL accomplishes data transfer between Access and MySQL (import and export) with synchronization keeping your Access and MySQL databases coherent and up-to-date.

Top 5 Reasons to Migrate from MS Access to MySQL Server.
Information Deployment.
Management of large volume of data.
Multi-user database access.
Hardware / Platform choices.
Integrity and Backup management.

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