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Can we combine views across databases on one server?

We are considering creating a generic search engine view to use across Notes databases and Domino servers. We'll use this view to download and index external search engine documents. Our Domino-based Web sites include multiple databases. Is there a way to combine views (of the same definition) across databases on one server, such as union operator in SQL?
There is no built-in functionality like the one you use in SQL. How about creating a page that has links to a view in each database to be indexed? I'm sure robots like Google will be able to find your pages if you go about it this way.

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