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View of Multiple Databases

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I need build a view where doc´s are into multiple databases.

   How can i do it ?

          Thanks a Lot.
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As of release 4.6.2a, there is no way to have a view span multiple databases and display the documents.  A workaround may be to create a form that has computed fields that will do lookups other databases and store the values needed for the view in these documents.  You could also include an action in the form that has the lookups that will bring the user to the document in the other db.
The computed fields can be updated with current values by having agents that will refresh the fields run on a scheduled basis.

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Thanks. Wrichard
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