Bullzip MS Access to MySQL 5.5
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Bullzip MS Access to MySQL 5.5

Free Convert Microsoft Access databases to MySQL
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Transform data structures native to MS Access databases into standard MySQL constructions. Detect and convert the complete number of field types, generate a dump file for working operations, preserve the original content, and recreate complex tables.

Converting Microsoft Access databases (.accdb, .mdb, .mde, .accde files) to MySQL without the right tool is a very difficult task that could consume a lot of your precious time. Happily, there are applications such as Bullzip MS Access to MySQL that have been created specifically to ease up this task.

Bullzip MS Access to MySQL is very easy-to-use thanks to its wizard-like interface that guides you step by step through the data conversion process. Anyone can use this program without any problem even if they don’t have experience with database transfers or knowledge about database management tasks.

Its interface is not the only advantage of this application. Another remarkable treat is the fact that it can transfer data directly from one server to another or create a MySQL dump file with the data extracted from the Access file. It also allows selecting only specific tables and fields to be transferred. Indexes and records can be optionally moved as well. Furthermore, the transfer of password protected databases is also supported.

As you can see, this tool provides all the features needed to make the data transfer from Access to MySQL as smooth, fast and easy as possible. The fact that it is also free makes this tool practically unrivalled when it comes to transferring data from MS Access to MySQL.

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Margie Smeer
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  • Wizard-like interface
  • It's free
  • Allows selecting only specific tables and fields to be transferred


  • Help is available only online

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rating AbdAllah
Some issues with utf8 and utf8mb4 encoding.

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Looks good for SQL, but doesn't appear to convert to SQlite

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rating Uni
comfortable for converting

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