NB: earlier, SAP Advanced SQL Migration was called ‘Exodus’. it was renamed in Q4 2017.
Yes, I've been quiet for a while in this space.
But I assure you, dear reader, that was not due to laziness.
We were, in fact, working heads-down on a bunch of things. For example: Exodus version 2.6, which has been available for a while now; a demo application to show how Exodus migrates applications (see next blog post, coming soon); a video of that demo (see same upcoming blog post); and a bunch customer engagements with Exodus.
To focus on Exodus version 2.6: the main new features are these:
Support for IBM DB2 as source DBMS (LUW platforms only). This means that the SAP Exodus migration tool now supports conversion from Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and DB2.
Conversion of MS SQL Server TRY-CATCH exception handling to ASE
A new GUI, solving a number of issues with the old GUI
Configurable transaction mode (chained/unchained) for converted SQL code
Improved handling of arbitrary data encodings
Conversion of synonyms (incl. Oracle public synonyms) for tables & views