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EMS Data Pump for InterBase/Firebird is an excellent migration tool for converting databases and importing table data from an ADO-compatible source (e.g. MS Access, MS SQL database or any other database with ADO support) to InterBase/Firebird databases. Easy-to-use wizard application allows you to build the ADO connection string, select tables, fields and indices for converting, view and edit SQL script for generating target InterBase/Firebird database and fully customize the import process. Data Pump for InterBase/Firebird has the ability to automate migration to InterBase/Firebird server task using the helpful console utility. With Data Pump for InterBase/Firebird database conversion and migration to InterBase/Firebird become as easy as possible!
Key Features • User-friendly wizard interface • Ability to create a new Interbase/Firebird database or connect to the existing one • Converting structure and data from any local and remote data source having an ADO provider • Unicode data support • Selecting source schemas, tables, fields and indexes for conversion • Fast generation of tables, fields and indexes according to the source database structure • Easily customizable options for target database objects • Ability to view/edit, execute and save SQL scripts for generating the target database structure • Selecting tables and setting criteria for data import • Full monitoring of the pumping process • Ability to save all parameters specified within the current wizard session as a template • Multilanguage GUI support • Command-line utility to automate the data pump job with the help of a template file • Ability to connect to the target InterBase/Firebird server via SSH tunnel