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Need any easy way to import data from your ODBC-compliant database into MySQL? Look no further than SQLyog's ODBC Import tool. Read all about it inside.

  1. Transferring Data to MySQL Using SQLyog
  2. What is SQLyog?
  3. Getting Started
  4. Importing only selected rows or importing the resultset of a query
  5. Conclusion
By: Insanely Great
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March 06, 2003

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SQLyog gives you one of the most powerful ODBC import toolsthat I have ever encountered. Using SQLyog I was able to successfully migratedate from Oracle, MS SQL Server, Sybase, Access, Foxpro, Excel, etc. The bestpart is that it automatically chooses the ‘best fit’ column type for the targettable / column. Most of time you just need to press Next..Next and Finish! Itis over.

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