CRPence wrote:

SQL offers the separate LABEL ON statement to establish TEXT() and COLHDG() versus any control within the CREATE statement being used.

LABEL ON COLUMN FOO/BAZ
( . . .
, Highest_Credit IS 'Highest Credit'
, . . .
)

LABEL ON COLUMN FOO/BAZ
( . . .
, Highest_Credit TEXT IS 'Highest Credit ...'
, . . .
)

Hmm. Can this be done selectively? I have some fields that have lost their column headings as a result of being processed through my "DISPLAYVAL" UDF.

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JHHL

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