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So I have two Access databases that are linked together so that tables on one of the database can be updated offline but can update the main one when needed. I have ran into an issue though where my table isn't recognizing the linked data from the other tables that it needs to. For this database...
hi please answer the question how to create database in oracle9 and link the database in sqlserver 2000 table in oracle and table in sql