Work with DDL statements and with DDL files.
means data definition language,
which refers to syntax for defining data structures. SQL provides a set of statements for this purpose, and they are known collectively as SQL DDL. A DDL file
is a text file that contains a series of these statements.
Caché SQL includes support for SQL DDL. For information, see the following chapters of Using Caché SQL
These chapters discuss DDL as one of the techniques for defining tables and views.
Includes the following class methods for working with DDL files:
Some of these methods require specific permissions.