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SQLT(1)		      User Contributed Perl Documentation	       SQLT(1)

NAME
       sqlt - convert SQL schema using SQL::Translator

SYNOPSIS
       For help:

	 sqlt -h|--help

       For a list of all parsers and producers:

	 sqlt -l|--list

       To translate a schema:

	 sqlt -f|--from|--parser MySQL
	      -t|--to|--producer Oracle
	      [options]
	      file [file2 ...]

	 General Options:

	   -d|--debug	      Print debug info
	   -v|--validate      Validate the schema
	   --version	      Show the version of SQL::Translator
	   --trace	      Print parser trace info
	   --show-warnings    Print warnings to	STDERR

	 General Parser	Options:

	   --skip	      Comma-separated list of tables to	skip (only implemented in some parsers)
	   --ignore_opts      Comma-separated list of table options to ignore

	 DBI Parser Options:

	   --dsn	      DSN for connecting to database
			      (see also	--use-same-auth	below)
	   --db-user	      Database user
	   --db-password      Database password

	 xSV Parser Options:

	   --fs		      The field	separator
	   --rs		      The record separator
	   --no-trim	      Don't trim whitespace on fields
	   --no-scan	      Don't scan fields	for data types and sizes

	 MySQL Parser Options:

	   --mysql-parser-version  Target MySQL	parser version for dealing with
				     /*! comments; default = 30000

	 MySQL Producer	Options:

	   --mysql-version  MySQL server version

	 General Producer Options

	   --producer-db-user	Database user for producer
	   --producer-db-pass	Database password for producer
	   --producer-dsn	DSN for	producer
	   --use-same-auth	Use these DSN, user, password for producer output

	 DB Producer Options:

	   --add-drop-table   Add 'DROP	TABLE' statements before creates
	   --quote-table-names	Quote all table	names in statements
	   --quote-field-names	Quote all field	names in statements
	   --no-comments      Don't include comments in	SQL output

	 PostgreSQL Producer Options:

	   --postgres-version	PostgreSQL server version

	 Diagram Producer Options:

	   --imap-file	      Filename to put image map	data
	   --imap-url	      URL to use for image map

	 Dumper	Producer Options:

	   --skip	      Comma-separated list of tables to	skip
	   --skiplike	      Regex for	tables to skip
	   --add-truncate     Add "TRUNCATE TABLE" statements for each table

	 HTML/POD Producer Options:

	   --pretty	      Use CGI::Pretty for the output
	   --title	      Title of schema

	 TTSchema Producer Options:

	   --template		  The path to the template
	   --tt-var var=value	  Pass extra variables to the template
	   --tt-conf option=value Pass extra config options to Template

	 XML-SQLFairy Producer Options:

	   --add-prefix	      Use an explicit namespace	prefix of 'sqlf:'
	   --prefix=<p>	      Use the namespace	prefix given as	argument.
	   --no-newlines      Write the	XML as a single	line.
	   --indent=<n>	      Use <n> characters of whitespace to indent the XML.

	 ClassDBI Producer Options:

	   --package	      Base package name	for Class::DBI modules.

DESCRIPTION
       This script is part of the SQL Fairy project.  It will try to convert
       any source file for which it has	a grammar into any format for which it
       has a producer.

       If using	"show-warnings," be sure to redirect STDERR to a separate
       file.  In bash, you could do this:

	   $ sql_translator.pl -f MySQL	-t PostgreSQL --show-warnings \
	      file.sql 1>out 2>err

       You can specify a parser	or producer located in any module that Perl
       knows about, allowing you to easily substitute your own.

AUTHOR
       Ken Youens-Clark	<kclark@cpan.org>, darren chamberlain
       <darren@cpan.org>.

SEE ALSO
       SQL::Translator,	<http://sqlfairy.sourceforge.net>.

perl v5.32.1			  2020-09-14			       SQLT(1)

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