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T-SQL Temp Table Results Between Databases

Posted on 2016-11-24
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Hello Experts,

This may be a silly question but I would like help with the following scenario.

Database 1
SELECT *
INTO #tmptable1
FROM table 1

[b][/Database 2b]
TRUNCATE TABLE X
INSERT INTO TABLE X
SELECT * FROM #tmptable1 in Database1
INTO TABLE X in Database2

Is this even possible?

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Question by:Sonia Bowditch
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Yup, it is. Exactly like that, assuming that you have sufficient privileges and no foreign constraints exist pointing to table X.
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Yes it is possible in Single Session with proper access.

Also use 4 part name everytime.

Try something like..

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SELECT * INTO #tmptable1
FROM servername.database1.schema.table1

TRUNCATE TABLE servername.Database2.schema.X

INSERT INTO TABLE servername.Database2.schema.X
SELECT * FROM #tmptable1

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