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When I write to the Oracle database with specific field names, all the fields appear as FIELDNAME=E13, ALIAS=E13, USAGE=A10, ACTUAL=A10, $ FIELDNAME=E03, ALIAS=E03, USAGE=A40, ACTUAL=A40, $ FIELDNAME=E01, ALIAS=E01, USAGE=A40, ACTUAL=A40, $ FIELDNAME=E09, ALIAS=E09, USAGE=A2, ACTUAL=A2, $ FIELDNAME=E08, ALIAS=E08, USAGE=A3, ACTUAL=A3, $
Rather than the expected field names such as CUSTOMER_ID, STREET, CITY, STATE, CTRY.
What can I do to send the names below to oracle rather than the E* names? The fex is below.
SET ASNAMES = ON
SET SQLENGINE = SQLORA SQL SQLORA COMMIT
TABLE FILE ZZ_ZZZ_ZZZZZZZ PRINT STREET CITY STATE CTRY BY LOWEST CUSTOMER_ID ON TABLE HOLD AS XX_XXXX_XX FORMAT SQLORA ENDThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Geri,