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if (select...) = x then create table  command doesn't work Oracle 10g - please assist

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I am trying to create a new table when the status in another table = Yes and need help making this work.  Your assistance is appreciated.

(if select status from desaim_status where project_file_id = 2993;) = 'Yes';) then
create table desaim2993 as select * from inven_items_tracking where project_file_id = 2993;
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you cannot do a create table directly in PL/SQL, but you can use dynamic SQL:


declare v_status varchar2(100);

BEGIN

select max(status) into v_status from desaim_status where project_file_id = 2993;

if v_status= 'Yes' then

execute immediate 'create table desaim2993 as select * from inven_items_tracking where project_file_id = 2993';

end if;

END;

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