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Re: Level check using CREATE TABLE AS (SELECT



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Hi Gary

Right now the code has a CPYF FROMRCD(1) TORCD(1), then a CLRPFM of the file in QTEMP, then a few overrides, then an SQL INSERT with OVERRIDING SYSTEM VALUE - as I mentioned in another reply, I'd like to do this all in a single SQL statement, and CREATE TABLE with its several options looks like the ticket. But no joy so far!

Thanks
Vern

On 3/1/2013 11:31 AM, Gary Thompson wrote:
Vernon,
Just curious, did you try CPYF ... CRTFILE(*YES)
or CRTDUPOBJ ... OBJTYPE(*FILE) ?


-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vernon Hamberg
Sent: Friday, March 01, 2013 10:24 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Level check using CREATE TABLE AS (SELECT

I have looked around some, to find a solution. We have a process that is creating a duplicate of a table with selected columns into QTEMP. The table has a couple timestamps, otherwise it is all ZONED and ALPHA.

One of the timestamps is a ROW CHANGE TIMESTAMP.

The format level ID is not the same as the table used in the SELECT.
Both objects are SQL tables, so it's not a matter of one is an SQL object and the other is not.

Now to have a simple example, I tried it with QIWS/QCUSTCDT, and the result is the same.

create table qtemp/mytest as (SELECT * FROM qiws/qcustcdt) with no data

Fmt lvl ID for QCUSTCDT is 3B84438D4C428

Fmt lvl ID for MYTEST is 449C8BB02A248

At this time we are doing a single-record CPYF, then some overrides, then an INSERT with OVERRIDING SYSTEM VALUE clause.

Is this just the way it is, or is there a PTF to take care of this? I do not yet have access to PTF info here. We ARE at 7.1 of the OS.

Thx
Vern
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