Migrating to IBM database servers gets easier with the latest MTK release

New features in the IBM Migration Toolkit V1.4

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Hemant Bhatia and Nicholas Geib

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: March 23, 2006

The free-of-charge Migration Toolkit (MTK) has long been a powerful tool for moving from non-IBM databases to IBM products. In December 2005, a new version of MTK was released, and it includes a number of new capabilities. It supports two new target databases (Informix® Dynamic Server (IDS) and DB2® Universal Database™ (UDB) for z/OS®), gives you the ability to migrate from Sybase SQL Anywhere, and includes support for migrating additional Oracle datatypes. This article highlights these new features.

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