select id from [@db1]..MyTable t1 INNER JOIN [@db2]..MyTable t2 on [t1].id=[t2].id
but clearly SQL Server doesn't like the database names in variables - how can I achieve what I am trying to do?
I'm on but I'd like it as generic as possible for versions:
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - 11.0.5058.0 (X64)
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