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Can I associate two entities from two different schema. For example. If I do have entity 'a' in schema 'A', and entity 'b' in schema 'B', can I associate entity 'a' and 'b'? I am using EDC to fetch data.

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Can I associate two entities from two different schema. For example. If I do have entity 'a' in schema 'A', and entity 'b' in schema 'B', can I associate entity 'a' and 'b'? I am using EDC to fetch data.

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Can I associate two entities from two different schema. For example. If I do have entity 'a' in schema 'A', and entity 'b' in schema 'B',  can I associate entity 'a' and 'b'? I am using EDC to fetch data.

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  • This might work with some databases but it's not something we've tested. It depends if the user with a single login has access to both schemas. We think SQL Server may allow this but Oracle does not.

    Jim

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