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The ICA protocol transfers control to the TCP/IP protocol stack through TDTCP, the TCP transport driver. TDTCP is the interface of ICA (and RDP) to the TCP/IP protocol stack. TDTCP does not append any additional header or trailer information to the ICA data.
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Joins specify how tables, views, synonyms, or aliases relate to one another. Joins allow a user to combine information from two or more tables. For example, in the following diagram, there are joins between ORDERS_FACT and the dimension table PLANT as well as between ORDERS_FACT and the dimension table PRODUCTS. There are no joins to the SUPPLIERS table. Without this join, a user is not able to determine which suppliers provide various products. There are many types of joins; they are discussed further in 8.
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