FROM clause have the same exposed names...

When I tried to get the matching item records from two databases, I got the below error.

The objects "Database1.dbo.Sales" and "Databse2.dbo.Sales" in the FROM clause have the same exposed names. Use correlation names to distinguish them.

The query used was
SELECT DISTINCT Database1.dbo.Sales.ItemName FROM Database1.dbo.Sales INNER JOIN Databse2.dbo.Sales ON Databse1.dbo.Sales.Id=Databse2.dbo.Sales.Id

It is because that the table name is same in those two databases. To avoid it we have use aliases.
The query is shown below

SELECT DISTINCT Table1.ItemName FROM Databse1.dbo.Sales AS Table1 INNER JOIN Databse2.dbo.Sales ON Table1.Id=Databse2.dbo.Sales.Id

Databse1.dbo.Sales AS Table1 will fix the error.

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