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In case you are working with two or more databases, then there is a big chance that you would like to make sure that the data is consistent between them. Given the size of the databases in general, performing this task manually is not only time consuming, but it can also be prone to errors and poor results.
DBConvert for MS Access and MySQL is an application dedicated to the synchronization and smooth data migration from Microsoft Access to MySQL and vice versa.
The installation is a quick and uneventful process that does not take too much time and should not give you any troubles regardless of your experience with database migration tools. Once completed, you need to establish the connection between the two databases, respectively specify the location for Microsoft Access and enter the credentials for the MySQL one.
If the connection is done correctly, you should be able to view the tables and contents of the database. In the lower area of the UI, the app provides you with a note where it specifies whether there could be potential errors during the conversion.
As you would expect from a conversion utility, you have the possibility to specify how the copy process should be performed. To be more precise, you can make sure that the data is overwritten and the old files removed or you can create two separate entries for them.
Depending on how often you have to copy the data between the data, you can automate the process by scheduling backups each time you are done for the day. As you probably hinted, you can access the schedule feature from the tab with the same name and follow the instructions provided.
In the eventuality that you are working with two or more MySQL and Access databases that you need to ensure that the data stored is updated and error-free after migration or synchronization, then perhaps DBConvert for MS Access and MySQL could come in handy