What's New in SSMA for MySQL(MySQLToSql)
This topic lists SSMA for MySQL changes in each release.
The April 2011 release of SSMA for MySQL contains the following changes:
Single Installable of “SSMA for MySQL”, which supports SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server “Denali” and SQL Azure.
The ability to connect SQL Server “Denali”.
Enhanced client side data migration engine, supporting parallel migration of data.
Improved data migration performance with Simple and Bulk logged recovery models.
SSMA for MySQL Console version supports backward compatibility. You will be able to open the projects created by versions earlier to SSMA v5.0.
SSMA for MySQL v5.0 product can be installed side by side (SxS) with older versions of SSMA Product.
The July 2010 release of SSMA for MySQL contains the following features:
Improvements to User Interface:
‘SQL Modes’ Tab for MySQL Database objects
‘Settings’ Tab for MySQL Database objects
‘Data’ Tab for MySQL Tables
Updated Project Settings in Conversion and Migration Pages
‘Data Migration Settings’ at Table level
Improvements to Connect to MySQL and SQL Server:
SSL Connectivity in MySQL
Encrypted Connectivity in SQL Server
Improvements to MySQL Metabase Explorer:
Loading all the MySQL Database Objects and their respective Tabs.
Improvements to Object Conversion:
Conversion of MySQL Metabase objects – Procedures, Functions, Views, Triggers and Statements.
Limited support for Spatial Data Types in Tables.
Option to convert MySQL functions to SQL Server Stored Procedures
Option to apply SQL Modes and Charset mapping during Object Conversion
Improvements to Data Migration:
Support for Data Migration using both Server Side and Client Side Data Migration Engines
Support for Spatial Data Migration
Custom SQL for Data Migration for Tables
SSMA for MySQL Console:
Support Console Feature for SSMA for MySQL
Support for Script-Level Interfacing