NetworkDLS has a long history of developing ETL and replication tools and SQLExchange was one of the originals. This rendition was originally designed as a cloud-integration tool... back in 2001! It's usefulness has waned and its architecture has become antique so I'm making it a part of NetworkDLS academia.
The idea was simple. We wanted to get companies data "out of their box" and into a central location so that they could leverage their data. A company might, for example, want to include "on hand quantities" and "current item price" on their website - but this data was sitting in their ERP package at a remote plant with a shaky internet connection. SQL Exchange solved this problem quite well but the architecture is just too old to support.
I'm releasing all 70+ versions of this beast into LGPL v3 and I even went the extra mile to compile the latest version of SQLExchage (circa 2006) against the current version of NetowkDLS's shared libraries.
Please note, if you want to install this tool and play around with it on Windows 7+ then you'll want to install with "Install as a service" unchecked because the "interactive service model" that is used by SQLEchange is no longer supported on windows.
The once glorious loading screen for the client and server:
The server main window and setting dialog:
The client main window:
This item is extremely immature or experimental in nature. It is NOT warrantied against ill-effect and/or technical malaise. By using this item, you agree that it is not warrantied against ill-effect and accept that you are using it at your own risk.