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    Unanswered: Is it possible to create procedure in db2 which hits oracle db

    Is it possible to create procedure in db2 which hits oracle db???

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    Depends on your definition of "hits". This doesn't look like a standard SQL statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_i View Post
    Depends on your definition of "hits". This doesn't look like a standard SQL statement.
    Please can u explain me in detail

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    avoiding 25 updates in each direction and not resolving anything..
    first : specify/explain the environment.. db2 platform/version..
    what you want todo .. what you hope todo
    at that time, people can give specific answers that apply to your question/request
    "Please can u explain me in detail" .. this is wishful thinking..
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    You're not asking about stored-procedures, you're asking about federation. Once you've got federation to your oracle db set-up you can access oracle tables asif they were native db2. If you use SP's or not is not an issue.
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