Access-MySQL Converter is a powerful tool to convert Access to MySQL and vice versa. It provides you with a granular control over the conversion process like scheduling of conversion tasks, field selection, renaming of tables during conversion, command line support, and many more advanced features. (check out Access-MySQL full feature list) (check out Access-MySQL full feature list)
This useful tool can save you hours of your valuable time and is suitable for both beginners and experienced developers alike.
What's New in Version 3.1?
Access MySQL Converter version 3.1 introduces many new features as well as enhancing existing functionality introduced in previous versions. Listed below are the new features of version 3.1:
• Full support for different character sets supported by MySQL 4.1 or higher New
• Ability to save conversion tasks for later use.
• Conversion tasks now are saved in a new enhanced file format (*.amt) that saves all task-related options for later use.
• Task Manager is a new feature that allows you to view and manage your saved conversion tasks.
• Data Filters is a very powerful feature that enables you to easily create custom data filters to convert only records that apply to those filters.
• Enhanced special characters support.
• You can choose the resulting Access database format (97, 2000-XP or 2003).
• Enhanced logging capabilities to keep track of conversion tasks.
• Enhanced Special characters support. You can select to replace any special characters either in database structure or the records with any characters you need.
• Enhanced Synchronization support. Access-MySQL Converter now can update existing records of the target database if the target table has any unique row identifiers (Primary keys or unique indexes), This feature is supported when converting from Access to MySQL only.
• Totally new and enhanced graphical user interface.
I have been extremely pleased with your Access-MySQL Converter program. It is really fantastic and has saved me weeks and weeks of time. Congratulations on building such an excellent tool.
Adrian G. Klingel