The CREATE TABLE statement creates a new table on the remote server, and defines the proxy table for that table when you use the AT option. Columns are defined using SQL Anywhere data types. SQL Anywhere automatically converts the data into the remote server's native types.
If you use the CREATE TABLE statement to create both a local and remote table, and then subsequently use the DROP TABLE statement to drop the proxy table, the remote table is also dropped. You can, however, use the DROP TABLE statement to drop a proxy table created using the CREATE EXISTING TABLE statement. In this case, the remote table is not dropped.
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