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Oracle -> Postgres live translation?

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Hi,

I would like to know if a daemon exist to intercept Oracle queries and
translate to postgresql query...

I have a windows app (AccPac) that connect to an Oracle server via
ODBC. I would like to replace the Oracle server with a postgresql.
Accpac support only Oracle, DB2, MS-SQL and pervasive.

So, something capable of interpreting...

WinApp <-> Oracle ODBC command <-> Translator <-> Postgres server.

The translator layer...

Postgres is on linux Debian server.

It would be very cool... :)

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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Eric wrote:
Hi,

I would like to know if a daemon exist to intercept Oracle queries and
translate to postgresql query...

I have a windows app (AccPac) that connect to an Oracle server via
ODBC. I would like to replace the Oracle server with a postgresql.
Accpac support only Oracle, DB2, MS-SQL and pervasive.

So, something capable of interpreting...

WinApp <-> Oracle ODBC command <-> Translator <-> Postgres server.

The translator layer...


Hmmm, I guess you want to hack in the ODBC driver for PostgreSQL. It
already does *some* parsing, so you're not starting from scratch three.
Jan

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Nov 22 '05 #2

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