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Access-to-MySQL Pro

Access-to-MySQL Pro is a next generation of Access-to-MySQL program, optimized for bulk database conversion. With this tool you will be able to convert multiple MS Access databases per session and reuse conversion settings stored in a profile. Being enhanced with a lot of handy features this program makes the conversion process even more effective.

Software Information System Requirements
  • Windows 8/7/XP/Vista
  • Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher
  • MS Access 7.0 or higher
  • At least 32 MB of available memory
File Size:1.74 MB
License:Free to try, $49.00 to buy

Access to MySQL Pro Features:
  • All MS Access data types and attributes are supported
  • Works with all versions of Unix and Windows MySQL servers
  • Allows converting multiple databases per session
  • Special approach for virtual server users
  • Stores configuration into profile
  • Exports MS Access databases into a dump file
  • Command line support
  • Converts indexes with all necessary attributes
  • Converts password protected MS Access databases
  • Converts MS Access databases protected with user-level security
  • Easy-to-use wizard-style interface
  • Full install/uninstall support
  • Converts MS Access tables only (forms, queries, reports are not supported)
  • Does not convert system (hidden) tables
  • Does not convert relationships between tables
VServer user's option: If you are using Virtual Server hosting you probably have no sufficient privileges to create new databases on the target MySQL server. For this case we recommend the following approach:
  1. ask your Virtual Server administrator to create blank database for you
  2. run Access-to-MySQL Pro and select this database as the conversion target
  3. click "Yes" when you will be asked if you'd like to overwrite existing MySQL database
When you complete these steps, the entire contents of the source MS Access database will be imported into the specified MySQL database.

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