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how to change the database?

 
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here for example i am developing a wbapplication using backend as oracle9i
i am using stored procedures in the database
so the problem is i want to convert this oracle stored procedures to sql server stored procedures
client has asked us to change the database server
so what can i do for this?
should i agian need to write the stored procedures in sql server


is there any other way to solve this problem with out rewriting the procedures again?

please help me out

sorry if i am posting this forum in the wrong place
 
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Your only choice is to rewrite them in Transact SQL. This is one of the downsides of putting logic in the database.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
Your only choice is to rewrite them in Transact SQL. This is one of the downsides of putting logic in the database.



but here in the stored procedures there is a huge complex code it also holds validations

and i want to convert these stored procedures it will take a lot of time
is there any shortcut(tools) way to convert entire stored procedures from oracle to sql server :roll:

please help me out
 
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Not a Java question, moving to General Computing.
 
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