2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 13, 2015 9:46 AM by kjette

    Migrate from embedded Postgre DB to MSSQL




      We are running WHD version 12.3.0 and installed using the embedded Postgre database.  Now that we've been using WHD for a while, we are realizing the reporting limitations.  I'd like to migrate to a MSSQL databse to take advantage of third party tools.  I've found some older threads that say this is a pretty complicated project.  Has anyone done this in 12?  Any advice you have would be greatly appreciated!

      Thank you,


        • Re: Migrate from embedded Postgre DB to MSSQL

          I would love to do this also.  If I had to do it over again I'd go straight to SQL.

          • Re: Migrate from embedded Postgre DB to MSSQL

            Weirdly, it’d probably be easier to migrate to MySQL, and THEN MSSQL



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