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sql syntax

Hi.

I'm just curious about what is mean '.'(dot) and '@' in Native SQL?

for example

select * from aa.bb@cc

reason I need to use aa.bb.@cc instead of Open SQL is that table isn't exist on SAP server and more than that external server is Non-SAP server.

I have seen some example that case like above sql but didn't figure out how to use this time.

in my case suppose db connection is 'dbcon' and external server's oracle SID is 'ora1' and target table is 'table1' .

how to specify target table with this information?

or do I need to know something else to put 'from' statement?

thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:43 AM
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