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Migration tool SQL Ways reaches 4.0

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Migration tool SQL Ways reaches 4.0

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A new version of SQL Ways has just been announced by Ispirer SystemsSQL Ways converts embedded SQL and database API without having to extract SQL statements and convert them separately.  Developers can also use SQL Ways to migrate database schema, stored procedures, and triggers between major databases.

New Features
SQL Ways 4.0 has new UI tools including the SQL Ways Studio and SQL Ways Commander.  SQL Ways Studio manages migration projects and SQL Ways Commander is used to convert standalone files and scripts.  The new 4.0 version also automates more migration tasks and application conversions.  Dmitry Tolpeko, Product Manager at Ispirer Systems, says that the increased automation capabilities of SQL Ways 4.0 can significantly reduce the cost of database and application migration projects.

Core Features

SQL Ways can convert embedded SQL and database API code from applications written in Java, C/C++, PowerBuilder, VB, ASP.NET, and other languages.  For C/C++ applications, SQL Ways supports conversions between ODBC, Oracle OCI, Oracle Pro*C, Sybase CT/LIB, and other interfaces.  SQL Ways also allows database migration between Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, Sybase, Informix, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Teradata, HP Neoview, and others.

Prices start at $495 per license.  There is also a free evaluation version.

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