Lemma 15.12.7. Let $(A, I) \to (B, J)$ be a map of pairs such that $V(J) = V(IB)$. Let $(A^ h , I^ h) \to (B^ h, J^ h)$ be the induced map on henselizations (Lemma 15.12.1). If $A \to B$ is integral, then the induced map $A^ h \otimes _ A B \to B^ h$ is an isomorphism.

**Proof.**
By Lemma 15.12.6 we may assume $J = IB$. By Lemma 15.11.8 the pair $(A^ h \otimes _ A B, I^ h(A^ h \otimes _ A B))$ is henselian. By the universal property of $(B^ h, IB^ h)$ we obtain a map $B^ h \to A^ h \otimes _ A B$. We omit the proof that this map is the inverse of the map in the lemma.
$\square$

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