> Possibly you could get the effect you want by making one a child of the
> other. Read up on inheritance. There are some side-effects you'd
> probably *not* want, so this isn't a perfect solution, but I can't think
> of anything else.
Thanks for the quick reply, Tom. I appreciate that.
I've looked at this, and it seems to be on the same level as a quick
DROP/CREATE. Is there no way to "mirror" a table structure in real time?
CREATE TABLE test_bob AS ( SELECT * FROM bob WHERE '1' = '2' );
.. appears to also do what I want, but I'd like to be able to do this
without DROP/CREATE (just because I'm anal, no other real reason). :)
"Have you ever tried simply turning off the TV, sitting down with your
children, and hitting them?" -- Bender, "Futurama"
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