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 Some databases use case-sensitive field names
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Summary

Some databases use case-sensitive field names, but case-insensitive table names.

Example

Unfortunately, there is no quick workaround for case sensitive naming issues. You must investigate with your database supplier before creating your Director Project.

For example, Oracle 8i is case sensitive for the field names but not for table names.



Article Details
Article ID: 88
Created On: 26 Sep 2006 12:30 PM

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