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Subj:   Create table in a Macro
 
From:   Barrow, Martin

When using a macro to create a table, is there any way of adding a date suffix to the table name?

I know that you can't use a parameter in the create table script, so I was wondering if there is any other way of doing it.

The current macro that creates the table:

     create macro xtest (med int) as (
     create table mb_table_test as (
     select
     min(month_end_dt) as month_end_dt
     from
     account_history
     where
     (external_status_cd is null or external_status_cd not in ('C', 'L',
     'U','Z'))
     and
     month_end_dt >= :med
     )with data;
     )
     ;

When executed with the following - exec xtest(1070430);, I'd like the table name to be mb_table_test_1070401.

Is this possible?


Thanks,

Martin



     
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