SQL Column Headings

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SQL Column Headings
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When I run an SQL statement the column headings I see are the field names. When any of the other members of our team run the same statement they get the field descriptions as column headings. I have compared user profiles and there are no differences. Is there some other place that this setting is determined?

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For anyone that has been searching for an answer to my question regarding why some people using an SQL statement see the field name and some see the description, I thank you for your time however, I have figured out the answer. The difference is in using the COLHDG keyword in the file.

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  • philpl1jb
    I don't have an answer, but I think we need to know... SQL in Green Screen Interactive environment? Navigator? Other?
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    Thanks for the feedback.
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