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Message Posted: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 @ 18:41:42 GMT
Although I am not entirely sure, it would appear as if you are generating the DELETE and INSERT in the same SELECT from DBC. If you wrote individual SELECT statements for each of the statements you're generating, they would be unique "lines" of output.
I do this quite often when setting up for a class. I generate the DROP TRIGGER, DROP TABLE, DROP MACRO and DROP VIEW requests using four different SELECT statements.
Hope this helps,
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