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How do I pass data between multiple DB2 dbs?

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We are setting up multiple DB2 databases, each in it's own instance on a server.
How can I, in one database, query tables in another? Can this be done?
Using DB2 UDB WorkGroup Edition v7.2 w/fixpak 11, running on Windows 2000. Upgrading beyond v7.2 is not an option.
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you either establish federation links between the databases

or you connect to the other and then issue a query against it....

but if you want to join then you need the federation link basically...

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