Your assessment of the situation is pretty much on spot.

While you can combine some things in SQL that require totally separate 
processes in DDS, like
CRTPF/ADDPFCST vs the all-in-one SQL statement to cover it,
there are some that you cannot.

However, when you do have to break this up into multiple steps, it can 
still be all stored in one source member that can be executed with 
RUNSQLSTM:
CREATE TABLE ROB/COCHRAN (MYCHAR CHAR (10 ) NOT NULL WITH DEFAULT);
LABEL ON TABLE ROB/COCHRAN IS 'Delete me';
LABEL ON COLUMN ROB/COCHRAN (MYCHAR IS 'Sample Field');


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If I create a table on the 400 with SQL, how do I mimic the COLHDG
feature of DDS at Create time?  I've found that I can apply the "Label
On ..." statement after the fact, but is there no way to embed this into
the Create Table command?

Joel
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