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Default sql script that gets the 2 different database

Is there a sample script that anyone can lend me.... on getting or accessing to different database. My goal is to insert or update the record from database1 to database2 using job scheduling. The two database have same tables and fields.

Help!.... i really need a solution asap...

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You can try something like:

insert into database1.dbo.tablename
select * from database2.dbo.tablename

Or if the databases are on different SQL servers:

insert into server1.database1.dbo.tablename
select * from server2.database2.dbo.tablename

If the table has a different name, you simply specify that in your SQL query. And if you have different fields (or an identity field), you just specify the actual field name instead of just using the *.

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