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Once you have scanned and previewed a database file, you can convert and save the file in different database file formats by using Stellar Converter for Database.
NOTE: For saving the converted database file to the target database file format, you must establish a connection to the target database server.
Steps to Save Database to MS SQL Database
Step 1: In Convert and Save Database window, choose MS SQL under Select Database Type
Step 2: Fill in the required details under Connect to Server, such as:
Step 3: Save the converted database file to Default SQL location or to a New location.
Step 4: Click Save to complete saving the selected MS SQL database file.
Step 5: When 'Selected Database Converted Successfully' message is displayed, click OK.
Steps to Save Database to MySQL Database
Step 1: In Convert and Save Database window, choose MySQL under Select Database Type.
Step 2: Under Connect to Server, enter the following details:
Step 3: Click Save.
Note: For saving MySQL database, you must have MySQL 8.0 ODBC driver 32-bit installed on the system.
Step 4: When the Process Complete dialog box appears, click OK.
Steps to Save Database to SQLite Database
Step 1: In Convert and Save Database window, select SQLite under Select Database Type.
Step 2: Click Browse to choose the destination for saving the converted database file, and then click Save.
Step 3: Click OK to save the converted database file to your selected location.
Steps to Save Database to SQLAnywhere Database
Step 1: Open SQL Anywhere application, and create a new database file (.db) to hold your converted database file.
Step 2: In Convert and Save Database window, select SQL Anywhere under Select Database Type.
Step 3: Specify User Name and Password details Under Connect to Server.
Step 4: Select SQL Anywhere database version from the Choose version drop down list.
Step 5: From Action drop down list, do the following:
Step 6: Click Save.
Step 7: Click OK when the Process Complete window appears.