Use the following link to get an initial idea how to use our SQL-Developer tool to migrate data from DB2.
What is mainframe DB2 details?
is it Z/OS or DB2 i. Could you please share those details as well.
Also do you have stored procedures to be converted to Oracle as well?
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The SQL*Developer doesn't currently support the migration of DB2 from zOS or iSeries.
If you have access to My Oracle Support then the following notes have some alternative suggestions -
How To Migrate Non-Oracle Databases For Which a SQL*Developer or Migration Workbench Option Is Not Available (Doc ID 393760.1)
Migration from DB2 on IBM z/OS (OS/390) to Oracle (Doc ID 200288.1)
Mainframe DB2 - 175MIPS v10
There are BLOB data types, stored procedures and packages
Thanks for additional MIPS info. Sql-Developer has limited support on DB2 mainframe. We have other preferred vendors and third party tools available to help you folks to move out of MF to Oracle stack.
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I will be glad to help you further. Yes our technology can support loading Blobs and converting SPs and packages.
For the Mainframe part GG can be a good option, though the cost is huge. The other options I guess for a huge database of 1Tb will be too much time consuming.
Does DB2 on Mainframe has any proprietary tools to extract data into flat files from where Oracle sql*loader can take over?