Currently all my databases are in Access and the client wants to upgrade to SQL server(tables are getting too big in Access).
I have 5 separate "Land Development" databases, that have to stay separate as they are all considered "legal entities". Each of these databases links to a single contact database. This is because a contact can buy land in each one of the Land Development databases and I did not want to re-enter all contact info into each database.
In Access, I can easily 'link' the Land Development databases to the Contact database. How would I go about doing this using SQL server without having to re-design the whole project?
In sql server u just use syntax databaseName.dbo.tableName
so for your solution would be
from Land_Development1.dbo.Orders o
inner join Contact Database.dbo.Company c
on o.PartnerID = c.PartnerID
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