I'm trying to push a subscription from SQL Server 2000 SP3 to Oracle
It looks like when SQL Server is sending the DDL to the ODBC or OLEDB,
it is throwing in "CLUSTERED" which is not valid to ORACLE.
"NONCLUSTERED" isn't valid either in ORACLE. All the text says that
replication from SQL Server to Oracle is a piece of cake. Please let
me know what I'm doing wrong. It was trying to pass on all of the
indexes also until I figured out how to turn them off in the Article
I tried OLEDB and Microsoft ODBC for Oracle. The Oracle ODBC doesn't
work. It turns datetime into char(23).
Thanks for any help,
ALTER TABLE [AXGLTRANSACTION] ADD
CONSTRAINT [PK_axGLTransaction] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
[2/20/2003 8:29:05 PM]experio_ms_oracle: ALTER TABLE AXGLTRANSACTION
CONSTRAINT PK_axGLTransaction PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED