No. You would use middleware for that.
>Is it possible to establish a connection from within a postgres database to
>another external database on the network, i.e., not a java or scripting
>connection, BUT by some type of table definition within the postgres
>database of that external database table source - something similar to a
>Examples of external database could be MSAccess, Oracle, Sybase,
>The idea behind this would to be able to at least look up data from other
>At the very most to be able to actually access data in other database table
>sources and perform insert, update, delete, transaction on that external
>database tables rows and columns.
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