When combining two or more databases into one for migration purposes, it is important to note what information can be kept and what data will be lost. Some information can be exported and re-imported manually into another TaxCalc database, however this may require some editing from the user’s perspective.
When completing the migration process, TaxCalc will nominate one database to be “kept” as the main source of information. From here, we can complete the transition process to convert the database into another format as required (e.g., to complete the move to network or cloud). Therefore, any data that is outside of that main database (any clients and associated information) will need to be manually exported and re-imported into the upgraded database.
Further guidance on how migrations to another format operate can be found using the links below:
Below is a list of data that can be exported and re-imported into another database:
Please note: in the instances whereby there are multiple data sets for one client, a folder will be created for review and manual intervention by the user.
Data that cannot be manually exported and re-imported into another database:
We offer a service where we can complete the following on a database:
For more information on combining multiple databases, including prices please email email@example.com