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Hi, @sj0071992, thank you for posting! Can you provide any further details on the thread to assist users in helping you find a solution (insert examples like DSS version etc.) Also, can you let us know if you’ve tried any fixes already?This should lead to a quicker response from the community.
I am using one SQL Recipe on the snowflake data source and when I am trying to write it back to snowflake again it is giving an error like, the table already exists as a view. So I want to confirm how should I do truncate and load data instead of drop and create table again
Unfortunately, it's difficult to provide further guidance without the exact use case and/or code. However, it seems like you are trying to write back to an existing table / view rather than a new table, which would go against best practices as you would essentially be introducing a loop. If that is in fact what you are trying to do, you may want to look into using a SQL "script" recipe if you aren't already (but note that you will need to handle all the create / drop / insert statements yourself):