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Message Posted: Thu, 29 Oct 1999 @ 00:28:41 GMT
Same technique works with SQL Server via Linked Server definitions. Also enables use of the power of SQL at the source and in the "in- stream" SQL Server RDBMS.
Even cooler (and fast): We have just released the "OLE-DB Consumer Access Module". This uses OLE-DB to fire SQL to any OLE-DB Provider (including Oracle) and flow the resulting rowset through Fastload, Multiload, or TPump.
DTS can also be used via ODBC/OLE DB to Oracle, ODBC or OLE-DB (via MS OLE-DB Provider for ODBC with the Teradata NCR ODBC driver).
Another technique is to use Oracle's export facility to a named pipe with Fastload/Multiload/TPump reading the pipe.
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