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TABLE FILE ORDER_PAYMENTS
BY ORDER_KEY AS 'ORDER_NUMBER'
BY CUST_ID AS 'CUST_NUMBER'
WHERE ORDER_DT GE HADD((HGETC(8, 'HYYMDs')), 'DAY', -30, 8, 'HYYMDs');
WHERE INACTIVE_ACCT NE '1' OR INACTIVE_ACCT EQ MISSING;
WHERE ORDER_KEY IN &ORDER_KEY;
ON TABLE SET ASNAMES ON
ON TABLE HOLD AS CUST_ORDERS FORMAT FOCUS INDEX ORDER_KEY
I wish to see what's in the table so I try this:
TABLE FILE CUST_ORDERS
But all I get back is this:
0 NUMBER OF RECORDS IN TABLE= 9 LINES= 9
What am I doing wrong?
Thanks.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Tamra,
Just one word of caution. If you're using APP HOLD, your hold file is going be written into an application path directory. So, you should be careful where you use it. Look up doc and read up on APP HOLD command.
"The APP HOLD command defines an application in which to hold output data files (and associated Master and Access Files, if applicable) created by a HOLD, SAVE, or SAVB process in the application.
APP HOLD is intended to be used to refresh files that are common for all users of the application. It should not be used for private files since it points to an application area that is used by multiple users. If the same hold name (HOLD or AS name, for example) is used, conflicts between users could result."
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