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Hello,
I need your help.
I need one comand give me data model structure.
Example :
?FF but i want other comand.

Any can help me?

Thank you for all.

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CHECK FILE MASTER_FILE_NAME PICTURE RETRIEVE

The above command will give you the master file structure. Replace 'MASTER_FILE_NAME' with your metadata name.


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You may try
CHECK FILE table-name
or
CHECK FILE table-name PICTURE
but you probably won't be satisfied with these commands either - they're not built for modern table and column names, ones that are longer that 12 characters..


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How are you going to use the structure ?

Is it the visual representation, or the columns ?


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visual representation

The structure visual.

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