Post create table statements and insert statements so someone can copy it and paste it to an SSMS window and run it. Do that for the source tables and also create a table with for the output data you want to see. For example:
CREATE TABLE #tmpSource(
INSERT INTO #tmpSource
( order_type, ord_no, line_seq_no )
VALUES ( 'O',162100,0),
You don't have to post all the columns in the table, or all the data in the table. Simplify it so there are only the required columns and representative sample data.
You can also generate scripts using SSMS. If you right click on the database name in SSMS object explorer and select generate scripts, it allows you to choose one or more tables, and using advanced options generate scripts to insert data as well. But if your table has a lot of columns and lot of data, that is going to be a lot of script, which people would be hesitant to spend the time to read and respond to.
This article might be useful.