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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 19 2001 12:16am
Subject:Re: JOINing Tables Across MySql Servers
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On Sun, Feb 18, 2001 at 12:11:09PM -0800, Jay Habegger wrote:
> MySql Experts:
> I have a mysql server running on host A with database X and a mysql server 
> running on host B with database Y.
> In the context of a select I want to JOIN a table in database X on host A 
> with a table in database Y on host B. Can this be done? Do I have to do 

No, it can't be done.  You can join tables in different databases served
by the same server, but not tables served by different servers.

> anything special with the grant tables in either mysql server? If this can 
> be done, what is the syntax in the select statement for referencing the 
> remote table in database Y on host B (assuming I have a connection handle 
> to database X on Host A)?
> Or, is the only way to accomplish my goal to replicate database Y to the 
> mysql server on host A?
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> Regards,
> - J
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JOINing Tables Across MySql ServersJay Habegger18 Feb
  • Re: JOINing Tables Across MySql ServersPaul DuBois19 Feb