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Join between databases or (???)

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Hello,

I have situation where multiple databases need to use data from a common
source and it would consume way too much disk space to reproduce this
data into the many databases which require it. Is there some way to do a
join between databases or some other way of making the data in one
database available in another in a space-efficient manner? Of course it
is necessary that if this is possible any queries need to take advantage
of indexes/etc.

Thanks!

- Greg
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Nov 23 '05 #1
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