Data Exchange Wizard imports data from a text file, a Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, or a Microsoft Access databases into any database, including Oracle, MS SQL Server or any ODBC compliant database. Alternatively, data from Oracle, MS SQL Server or any ODBC source can be exported into flat files. The export and import operations are automatic and do not require advanced technical knowledge and skills.
Data Exchange Wizard may run calculations during import and may also execute SQL statements before and after import. The unique ability to add new and update old records based on the primary key distinguishes Data Exchange Wizard from many other competitors, such as Oracle SQL loader, BCP, DTS or SSIS. The other benefits of the product include a built-in expression builder, error log, and rejected records file. The tool is typically used to truncate a table, load data into it and then run stored procedure or SQL script.
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