Great minds.

I can use the short names in the query, but the result-set beings back the alternate names.

I can work around it if needed, but it seems odd that even when specifying short names I get the long alternate names back.

Regards,
Richard Schoen
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message: 3
date: Wed, 3 Nov 2021 18:59:11 +0000
from: Dean Eshleman <Dean.Eshleman@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Question on Long Column Names Returned from SQL Query. I
Want Short Column Names

Richard,

I assume you are running this statement via ODBC, JDBC etc. which is why it defaults to the long names. I haven't tested this, but I think you have to specify the short names in your select statement rather than use *. You wouldn't need the AS clause. So, just SELECT FIELD1, FIELD2, etc..

Dean Eshleman
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