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There's a good post here. I suggest that you spend some time studying this page (I'm assuinmg that you are familiar with Informix). As the first post suggests, you'll have a lot more trouble if you are migrating stored procedures - frequently there isn't a 1-to-1 correspondance between logical constructs as there can be between different datatypes. As for ...


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You first need to convert that output file nearest to MySQL syntax and convert the data type according to MySQL. You could user perl or sed scripts for first time and then use these techniques for future use. Once you have prepared the files of table creation then generate dynamic insert statements from informix and use them in MySQL for loading data. ...



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