On 12 Dec 2012 09:09, Steve Richter wrote:
I really do not like it when IBM relies on a standard to withhold
a needed feature.
But what is probably one of the most non-standard SQL also documents
that "A host variable must not be: ... used in data definition (DDL)
statements such as ALTER and CREATE" so I do not think IBM is an outlier
in its similar prohibition.
And of course, because what is desired can be completed without any
support for Host Variables in the the CREATE TABLE ... AS statement, a
non-standard feature of the SQL to enable that capability would surely
not be "needed"; instead merely a /wanted/ feature to [presumably just
more easily] accomplish what is desired.
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