You write the copy doesn’t work from MySQL to Oracle.
In this case, if you have a look at Message Explorer, there will be the following message:
Objectc can’t be copied.
Although it doesn’t often happen, it can.
Let me explain.
It occurs when some specific object properties that are in the source model do not exist in target model or it is impossible to copy them. Examples: Copy of entity from MySQL 5.1 to Oracle - the entity has assigned a Database. OR Copy of entity from MS SQL 2005 to MySQL 5.1 - entity has Partition Schema. Etc. - It is not possible to copy the entity with the property.
Generally, if an object is copied and the object is not in definition of the target db, a problem might occur.
Solution for these cases is to use the Model Conversion feature.
You can use either the Sync&Convert Wizard or Simple Model Conversion.
Feel free to select particular objects that you want to convert (among OTPs, the Select Object Types page in the Sync&Convert Wizard).
If you have any questions, please write me back. Thanks.
Vladka + TDM Team