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From:Chris Martin Date:September 12 2004 4:34am
Subject:Re: Best way to get Access DB structures into MySQL ??
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christopher.l.hood@stripped wrote:
> What is the best way to take the structure of multiple tables in Access
> and get them re-created in MySQL without doing that all by hand? 
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> Is there a way to do the equivalent of a Show Create Table in Access, that
> I could then use in MySQL ??
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> Chris Hood 
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MySQL-Front has an ODBC import feature.

The old 2.5 version was free (looks like it still is)
http://www.bumpersoft.com/Programming/Databases_and_Networks/Review_982_index.htm

It's since been taken over by new developers, and newer versions are 
available for a reasonable fee at
http://www.mysqlfront.de/download.html

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Chris Martin
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Best way to get Access DB structures into MySQL ??christopher.l.hood11 Sep
  • Re: Best way to get Access DB structures into MySQL ??Peter  Brawley11 Sep
  • Re: Best way to get Access DB structures into MySQL ??Martijn Tonies11 Sep
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