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Step 4 of 7. Select Databases

This wizard screen is designed to specify MS SQL database and MySQL database or script file (depending on the conversion scenario). Drop down the combo box to see all available MS SQL databases (sufficient permissions are required). Existing MySQL database can be processed as follows:

  • Overwrite the entire database
  • Overwrite existing tables only
  • Skip existing tables
  • Merge
  • Synchronize

Specify log file to enable the program write execution traces. It may be used to analyze possible error messages and get more control over the conversion process. If no log file is specified, the logging is disabled.

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