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hi guys,

In a hurry, i am looking for a way to create a cross-database view in sql server 2005. Does sql provides something like that. Please provide me sample code. Infact i have to create such view for reconciliation b/w two databases'  tables on same server.

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You can reference other databases by using ..
i.e. a view called VW1 on a database called DB1 would be referenced as
   DB1..VW1
This is actually DB1.dbo.VW1, but the dbo is assumed if it is left out
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