I have the following problem.
With the temp-db maintenance tool we have a temp-table called :
In the program we also have defined the temp-table tt-cust.
After the definition there's also a 'define temp-table tt-custcopy like tt-cust.'
The problem is now that the temp-table tt-custcopy have the fields from the temp-table tt-custorder. That isn't really what I want.
So this is the construction :
/* ***********Included Temp-Table & Buffer definitions **************** */
/* Local Variable Definitions */
DEF TEMP-TABLE Tt-custcopy LIKE tt-cust.
If that is not what you want you shouldn't use the "LIKE"!
Define the temp-table from scratch:
def temp-table tt-custcopy no-undo
field yourfirstfield as char
field yoursecondfield as int.
I suspect he means that tt-custcopy is somehow inheriting the definition of tt-custorder, not tt-cust.
I suspect the same, it sounds like it is matching on the closest common name. I suggest naming the tempTables to a unique format like tt-CustCopy and tt-Customer