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guides:migration-toolkit:command-line:sqlways-ini:mysql-section [2019/10/18 11:26]
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 | **BIT_DATATYPE** | This option defines how to convert BIT data types into MySQL database. \\ Default value - CHAR(1). | | **BIT_DATATYPE** | This option defines how to convert BIT data types into MySQL database. \\ Default value - CHAR(1). |
 | **KEEP_INCLUDED_COLUMNS** | This option defines whether the INCLUDED columns is kept in the index definitions or not. \\ Possible values - "​Yes"​ or "​No"​. \\ Default value - "​Yes"​ or Empty. | | **KEEP_INCLUDED_COLUMNS** | This option defines whether the INCLUDED columns is kept in the index definitions or not. \\ Possible values - "​Yes"​ or "​No"​. \\ Default value - "​Yes"​ or Empty. |
 +| **VARCHAR_PAR_LEN** | This option defines the length of VARCHAR parameters when converting from Oracle to MySQL. If this option is empty, then will be used 4000 as a length of varchar parameters in MySQL. If this option is set to a some value, then this value will be used as a length of a VARCHAR parameter in MySQL. |
  
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