This guide describes the installation, configuration, and administration tasks for all activities related to migrating applications developed for non-Oracle databases, such as DB2, MySQL, Sybase, and legacy applications, to Oracle Database. This guide also provides migration scenarios that users may implement in sequence.


This guide is for database administrators and application developers who are interested in migrating from databases other than Oracle to an Oracle Database.

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