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faq:migration-toolkit:convert-database-objects-to-java [2019/07/19 10:28]
darya.prikhodkina [Using Ispirer Migration Studio]
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darya.prikhodkina [Using Ispirer Migration Commander]
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 ===== Using Ispirer Migration Commander ===== ===== Using Ispirer Migration Commander =====
  
-In Ispirer Migration Commander to convert from Oracle to Java you need to specify the Source as Oracle and Target as Java and choose a file for conversion and clik "​Run"​ as it is shown on the screenshot:+To convert from Oracle to Java in Ispirer Migration Commander ​you need to specify the Source as Oracle and Target as Javachoose a file for conversion and click "​Run" ​button ​as shown on the screenshot:
  
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-After that Ispirer Migration Commander will generate the target folder and place there converted results. As you can see on the screenshot below, there is .java file with the same name as the procedure specified for the conversion:+After that Ispirer Migration Commander will generate the target folder and place the converted results ​there. As you can see on the screenshot below, there is .java file with the same name as the procedure specified for the conversion:
  
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