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Using multiple databases in DB2 query

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Hi,
 I have 2 databases named DB1 and DB2 running in same instance of DB2 server installation in AIX. I would like to join table1 of DB1 and table2 of DB2 in same query. so query will looks like,

select DB1.table1.fieldname1,DB2.table2.fieldname2 from DB1.tablename1, DB2.tablename2

Thanks,
Mohan

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