This tool helps import data from SQLite into Oracle.
This tool transfers data from SQLite to Oracle databases. These transfers could be done automatically at scheduled times. IT departments have to do this often or they have to transfer large amounts of data from one to the other. This tool could be very useful in such situations. This tool is compatible to the Windows platform and will work with Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, and 8. You could simply identify a specific table from the source database and ask the data to be transferred to a destination table. There’s another way you could transfer data. You could harvest data from the source tables and specify the destination table for transfers. All these settings can be done through the simple to use interface. There is an interface wizard to help things along. The configuration of a migration/conversion session could be set up visually. That should help even the latest recruit to the IT departments to master this very quickly.
The settings could be saved and reused on transfers at other times, saving you a lot of effort. The tool has a command line interface. The command-line interface could be used once you have gained some experience with setting the parameters and can give you significant productivity gains. To make things even simpler you could convert a set of tables in a batch process. A progress bar indicates progress of the transfer operation. It indicates the time taken and time required to complete session, percentage transfer completed, number of records transferred, etc. This is a very good tool. If you have a need, try it out in your own set up.