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Is there any way or tools to migrate tables, stored procedures, views, data, functions and triggers from DB2 to MySQL?

I have tried some tools but it only provide tables and data migration.

Do I have to do it separately for (tables, data, views) and (stored procedures, functions, triggers)?

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  • The stored procedure languages are vastly different between DB2 and MySQL. You probably have to just start over and code them from scratch. Do yourself a favor and implement code in applications, not in stored procedures. MYSQL's procedure support is inferior to DB2, or other commercial databases like Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server. MySQL's procedures have no compiler, no packages, no standard library, no debugger, etc. You will grow to hate using them. Jun 22 at 16:13

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