Try adding a column alias to the function call, i.e.:

CREATE TABLE tempTable AS
(SELECT SUFFIX, SKUNO, AVAILQTY(SUFFIX, SKUNO) AS AVAILQTY
FROM ITEMMSTR
WHERE SUFFIX = '0011' AND SKUNO = '000070')
WITH DATA

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-----Original Message-----
Subject: RE: Creating an SQL function

Thanks for your reply Elvis
I tried what you suggested, but the only thing I got was
Column list required.
with the cursor on AVAILQTY

Alan Shore



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