Thank you, Mark and Peter, for your immediate help and explanation.





Mark Thornton <mthornton@optrak.co.uk>

03/24/2010 06:02 PM
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Re: Case Sensitivity





Peter Ondruška wrote:
> Not that I know, this is by SQL standard.
>
> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 10:43 PM, Pavel Bortnovskiy
> <PBortnovskiy@jefferies.com <
mailto:PBortnovskiy@jefferies.com>> wrote:
>
>
>     Thank you, Peter, for your prompt response. Is enclosing them in
>     quotes the only way to do so? Is there any setting which can be
>     applied to Derby (or a -Define), so that the quotes could be omitted?
>
Databases like SQLServer that do preserve the case violate the standard
by ignoring the case of quoted identifiers. On a standard conforming
database, converting unquoted identifiers to upper case is unavoidable.

Mark Thornton






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