Updating oracle with excel
Not to worry, because adding an Oracle database as a source is just a few clicks away.
Shown below is a typical pre-Oracle view of the window. In the window shown below, simply enter the name of your Oracle database, give it a description, enter the name of the service and provide a user ID (I added Scott's password so as not to be prompted for it down the road).
Fortunately, for you and your users, giving them the ability to access an Oracle database using either Access or Excel is easy to do.
It takes all of three minutes to set up the link or connection.
Learn more » My SQL for Excel lets users save selected Excel data in existing tables; it will automatically attempt to map the columns of the selection with the ones in the My SQL table by column name or by data type, users can then review the mapping, manually change it and store it for later use.
Connecting with Oracle can be quite a challenge for new users and DBA's.Connect to on-premise Oracle Database to perform various actions such as create, update, get, and delete on rows in a table.My SQL for Excel is an Excel Add-In that is installed and accessed from within the MS Excel’s Data tab offering a wizard-like interface arranged in an elegant yet simple way to help users browse My SQL Schemas, Tables, Views and Procedures and perform data operations against them using MS Excel as the vehicle to drive the data in and out My SQL Databases.With Access, users can also insert, delete and update data (Excel is view only).What is the key to making this connectivity happen?