7 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2019 5:54 PM by Leandro M de Lima

    Scripting migration jobs with SQL Developer

    Leandro M de Lima

      Hello. I'm experimenting with SQL Developer to migrate some SQL Server databases and the results so far are satisfatory.  But I need to script these migrations with batch files, so the question:  is there a way to launch SQL Developer with a command line to fire the migration process without opening its graphical interface?

       

      Did not dive the in the manuals yet, but couldn't fine such technique online and when I google about SQL Developer migration, every single tutorial only uses the migration wizard.  There is absolutely no mention of command line options to create or at least run a previously created migration project.

       

      Does such possibility exist?  Since the SQL Developer is java based, maybe the migration project creates a .jar file that I could manualy launch from the command line?  Does anybody knows if it's the case? Thanks in advance.