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currently my application runs on SQL 2000 server on windows XP system. SQL database derieves its data from oracle database running on unix os. currently i am getting datadumps from oracle and uploading them to sql database. can i create an sql veiw on tables in oracle db under situation mentioned above? if so how? are there any constraints in doing so?

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Providing you have access permissions you can set up a LINKED SERVER in SQL Server, either using the Enterprise Manager GUI or by scripting. You can then access the data in Oracle and perform queries whereby you insert into a SQL table data from an oracle one. Alternatively, for a more transient connection, you can use OPENQUERY or OPENROWSET and pass a connection string in. Search for the capitalised terms in BOL.

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