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Language: PowerBuilder
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 25, 2000

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Accessing Multiple Databases from a Datawindow

Question:
Using a single datawindow, can I access data from multiple databases (Oracle and Sybase)? If not, can I use PowerBuilder to access it without having any intermediate table?

Answer:
The only way you could achieve this is by using nested or dropdown datawindows. Because you can issue a GetChild against the child datawindows, you could set the transaction object of a different one to the primary datawindow and thus retrieve data from multiple databases.

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