Rob Berendt wrote:
> 
> Why do people refer to the definitions in an externally described file
> as DDS?  I thought DDS was source specifications.  I've worked with people
> who wouldn't look at the DSPFFD, or similar utilities - even if the DDS
> had been deleted.  Also, I've created many files with SQL instead of DDS,
> (although I am rethinking that strategy).

Proably goes back to the original way to create data files with DDS,
which
was the "ONLY" way to create an external described file back in the
beginning.
SQL came "MUCH" later....
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