Full Convert is designed for ease of use and reliability to make sure you get your job done as quickly and as simply as possible.
PostgreSQL is also known as Postgres, PG
Access is also known as Microsoft Access, MS Access (: mdb, accdb).
Full Convert is a fully self-tuning software. Your migration will work as expected without you needing to adjust anything.
Data types are different in Access compared to PostgreSQL. We automatically adjust them as we copy the tables so you don't have to worry about it. You can adjust the mapping rules if you wish to change the following defaults:
We will choose PostgreSQL from the list of available source database engines. Connecting to Postgres is straightforward - we need to specify server name/IP, username, password and database name.
We will choose Access database from the list of available source database formats and fill in connection properties. You can simply click ellipsis (...) button to select MDB or ACCDB database file. It depends on the version of your database. Access 2007 databases are contained in ACCDB files, while earlier versions are contained in MDB files.
If your Access database is protected, fill-in your password as well.
In case you use Access workgroups and security, you will need to also find your system database and specify credentials for it.
All source tables are selected for conversion by default. In case you only need some tables, simply deselect the ones you don't need - or deselect all, then select just the tables you do need. Click the Copy your database button to get started.
Conversion is highly-optimized to run as fast as possible, yet provides top-notch reliability. Huge tables are converted in small chunks at a time, preserving memory and ensuring that your computer stays fast and responsive.
Use our built-in database browser to examine the copied data. Of course, you can also examine the conversion in detail and see in-depth information for each table.
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