I work at a fairly large company 2000 people just at my site alone.
I've been given access to a new database which will be used for source
data for some software that the company just purchased.
Now this PostGreSQL "server" has many databases in it. Some of which I
have access to. I don't want to reinvent the wheel ( so to speak ) by
having to replicate the table in my database. Then having to create
routines that will extract from A to replicate in B. How do I reference
a table in another database?
The other user all ready updates and adds important information so I
don't want to have to replicate his/her work. I just want to purloin
his finished product... Though I think that that's the whole point.
Also to respond in the thread... Do I just reply to the message?
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