am 17.12.2004, um 2:07:53 -0700 mailte Michael Fuhr folgendes:
> > IMHO no. Not in a single psql-Session. But you can do this in a
> > client-application. There can you open any connections to several
> > databases.
> With the contrib/dblink module you can query other databases, even
> databases on other servers. You can hide the complexity by creating
> a view:
Thank you. I read your other answer and so i read the Doku for dblink.
> > You should use for this reason different schemas in one database. Then
> > you can cross-access between the different schemas.
> Some environments might prefer to have development and production
> in different databases or on different servers so problems on one
> don't affect the other. In such cases, dblink can be a handy way
> to perform queries that need to access both databases.
Yes, okay. I have a simular problem, i need the same table on 2
databases. Now I have the knowladge to solve this with a VIEW.
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