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Does it possible to run a query to export the SQL command to regenerate the database?

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I have an Informix database with limited privilidge and I can only access the database using dbaccess.  Now I want to recreate the database structure on another server.  Can I run a query on the source informix database to export the SQL command to regenerate the database?  Thanks.
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use IBM data studio to extract the SQL
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Unfortunately I have very limited access to the database.  There is no way I can install any software on the server or use any unauthorized software to connect remotely.  Thanks.
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