1 - Read the Oracle Migration Workbench Release Notes
The installation process for the Oracle Migration Workbench has changed. Before you download the Oracle Migration Workbench you must read the Oracle Migration Workbench Release Notes. This document contains valuable information about installing and using the Oracle Migration Workbench.
Specifically please refer to the "Installing the Migration Workbench" section in the Release Notes for more information.
Downloadand install theOracle Migration Workbench Release 10.1.0.4.0for Microsoft Windows 98/NT/2000/XP and Linux x86
This release supports migrations from the following databases to Oracle:
Informix Dynamic Server 7.3, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4
IBM DB2/400 V4R3 & V4R5
IBM DB2 UDB V6, V7.1, & V7.2 (Beta)
Note: You will not be able to use the Oracle Migration Workbench until you download and install a plug-in for the database you want to migrate. See Step 2.2 for instructions on how to download and install a plug-in.
2.2 - Download the Plug-in for the Database You Want to Migrate
Once you have downloaded and installed the Oracle Migration Workbench, you must install the plug-in for the database you want to migrate. You can install multiple plug-ins if you wish to migrate different third-party databases.
Note: The installation process for Oracle Migration Workbench plug-ins has changed. Please refer to the "Installing the Migration Workbench" section in the Release Notes for further details. It is also necessary to install some third-party drivers. For more information about installing the required drivers, see the "Configuring the Plug-in" section of the Oracle Migration Workbench User's Guide. Choose the required plug-in from the following list and ensure that you have the corresponding driver installed:
Note: If you are downloading the driver from the JTOpen IBM Toolbox for Java Web site, click the Downloads link and download the jtopen_4_2.zip file. Extract the jt400.jar file and copy it into the
<omwb install dir>\drivers directory.