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Re: Field Description using Create Table



fixed

>From one of our productions RUNSQLSTM source members:

Create table GDWEB/FTPUSEROP
       (
       LOGIN character varying(100) not null,

       FTPOPER integer
        constraint FTPUSEROP_InvalidAllowedOperation check(
         (FTPOPER between 0 and 9) or (FTPOPER=999)),

       FTPPARM char (999) not null
        constraint FTPUSEROP_InvalidParameter check(FTPPARM<>' '),

        constraint FTPUSEROP_DuplicateUserAllowedOperations
         Primary key(LOGIN, FTPOPER, FTPPARM),

        constraint FTPUSEROP_InvalidUser
         Foreign key (LOGIN)
         References GDWEB/FTPUSER (LOGIN)
       );


Label on table GDWEB/FTPUSEROP is
         'FTP: User defaults';
Label on column GDWEB/FTPUSEROP.LOGIN is
         'Login               Name  ';
Label on column GDWEB/FTPUSEROP.FTPOPER is
         'Operation           Allowed ';
Label on column GDWEB/FTPUSEROP.FTPPARM is
         'Operational         Parameters';

Rob Berendt
-- 
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 




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Hello group,
      I prefer using the CREATE TABLE statement rather than using a DDS
and compiling to create files. However is there a possibility to add also
the field description. When prompting Create Table in an interactive SQL
session, I cannot see any way the system would allow this.

Thanks

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