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I am creating a SAVB file that I need to process two different ways in the same procedure (i.e., I need to create "on the fly" and apply two different file descriptions). The first MFD needs to describe the data to take advantage of the OCCURS= and ALIAS=ORDER provisions in WF. Following three TABLE FILEs using this MFD, I need to change the way I'm looking at the data (without the OCCURS=, etc.) and run one more TABLE FILE to complete the requirements for this procedure.
I'm successfully creating the first MFD and am running the three TABLE FILEs; however, I can't seem to get the final TABLE FILE to work using the second MFD.
If someone experienced with this technique could provide some guidance, I'd appreciate it. It's likely that I'm simply not following the right steps.
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FILEDEF S001A DISK S001.TXT
TABLE FILE CAR
ON TABLE SAVE AS S001A
TABLE FILE S001A
FILEDEF S001A CLEAR
FILEDEF S001B DISK S001.TXT
TABLE FILE S001B