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All versions of Oracle database. Add a version-specific tag like oracle-11g-r2 if that context is important in the question. Do not use for Oracle products such as applications or middleware or other database products owned by Oracle, like MySQL or BerkeleyDB.

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Oracle is a Humvee, MySQL is a Camry or Prius, while SQL Server is a RAM truck (in between the two). However you can follow http://mysql-dba-journey.blogspot.com/ for insights of an Oracle DBA to MySQl. Alot has changed over the past year but it still a good primer. …
answered Mar 15 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke
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another PHP script of load the data into Oracle using straight PHP or an oracle client. Instead of using MySQL dump you can also generate an SQL file which contains the records which have changed You can … also schedule the jobs using Cron but the import into Oracle job should happen some time, maybe an hour or two depending on the time it takes to generate the dump file. …
answered Feb 27 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke