Rob,

At 1/4/02 02:36 PM, you wrote:
>SQL will work if you do a CONNECT TO first, and if you did WRKRDBDIRE and
>set that up first.  But connecting to do joins has me concerned.  I assume
>you mean filea is on one system and fileb is on another and you want to
>join them together.

  Yes.  I don't know the parameters yet (i.e. the number of records in each
file and how many will be retrieved), but I want to know the technical
possibilities and limitations.  Is there a limit to the number of
concurrent connections remote systems via SQL?  How do you tell SQL which
system's files you want to access?

  -mark



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