Just did some tests and it seems that a CREATE TABLE QTEMP.xx is not
registered in the system catalog either (at least, the table name does not
appear in SYSTABLES).

What I think is that a DECLARE'd table seems to be more "SQL-friendly" than
the ones created in a more conventional way. You can, for example, do a
ROLLBACK against a GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE, which is, of course, not
possible when using a "traditional" QTEMP table.



Luis Rodriguez

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