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sql to list all teradata tables and/or views to a new table

Posted on 2007-03-26
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How to list teradata views and/or tables on a new temporary table (can be a volatile table) in one column
I need the sql to do so.
So, i need a new temporary table with one column lists all the tables/views within a specific schema.
Not part of the question: after the temp table is built, i will then pull it to the unix server for my sas analysis.
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Question by:esna01
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by:adraughn
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try:

use database name
select * from sysobjects
where xtype = 'U' OR xtype = 'V'
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rogercruse earned 50 total points
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Select tablename from dbc.tables where databasename = 'xxxxx'

NB xxxxx is the name of your "schema"
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by:esna01
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Thank you rogercruse
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