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i have done migration of databases from SqlServer to MySql using MySql workbench tool. But using this tool I can't migrate Trigger or Stored procedure...
can anyone give suggestion how to migrate stored procedure or Trigger also?
Apr 4 '14 #1
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I can suggest the Ispirer software, you may be able to migrate triggers and stored procedures from SQL Server to MySQL using the free demo of the toolkit.
4 Weeks Ago #2
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Migrating stored procedures and triggers from SQL Server to MySQL isn't simple. Different syntax and functions mean it's mostly a manual process.

Start by carefully reviewing your SQL Server code and documenting everything. Use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to generate scripts for your procedures and triggers.

Then, get ready to translate those T-SQL commands into MySQL's procedural SQL. Watch out for SQL Server-specific functions and find MySQL alternatives or workarounds. For example,

Change data types (NVARCHAR to VARCHAR, etc.)
Replace functions (GETDATE() to NOW()).

Don't forget thorough testing in your MySQL environment! Make sure everything runs smoothly and gives you the expected results. You might need to optimize the code a bit since execution plans can differ between the two.
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