I have a database in PostgreSQL. I need to transfer all the data from it to a sybase server located remotely. How do I do it. Is there any tool like DTS(MSSQL Server) to transfer the data.
Both my systems are on Linux and basically this functionality is a part of a larger database application where if the connection is lost from the sybase server. The data is stored in the local machine using postgresql.
So I need to send only a certain amount of data. to update the sybase server. I am able to get a dump of the tables using pg_dump command for postgresql.
If I could call the application using parameters specifying which tables are to be moved, then It should be able to transfer the data.
Otherwise will I have to do it manually using a C program or something like that.
Has anyone done such a transfer earlier?
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