By default, OpenESQL Assistant creates host variables using a combination of the column name and a prefix of the table name,
converting all underscores to hyphens to create a valid COBOL name. You can also set OpenESQL Assistant to always generate
host variables using only the column name (no prefix) or to use an alphabetic character prefix. Host variables generated with
alphabetic character prefixes use "A" for the first table selected, "B" for the second table, etc.
Note: If a generated host variable name would result in a name that is either longer than 31 characters in length or that would
contain invalid characters, OpenESQL Assistant generates the host variable name as the column number with a prefix of "FLD"
regardless of the method specified.