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From Martin Poeschl <mpoes...@marmot.at>
Subject Re: Reserved words
Date Mon, 09 Dec 2002 10:47:18 GMT
Jon Scott Stevens wrote:

>on 2002/12/9 1:46 AM, "Martin Poeschl" <mpoeschl@marmot.at> wrote:
>
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>>Jon Scott Stevens wrote:
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>>>I always see us make commits for fixing reserved words in databases.
>>>
>>>Why not come up with a .properties file of reserved words for each database
>>>and then as part of the initial load of the .xml file, simply query that
>>>file and see if one of the column/table names conflicts with the database of
>>>reserved words...we can have a property which turns this feature on or off
>>>(for example, some people might not that db2 conflicts with oracle or
>>>something like that...)
>>>
>>>-jon
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>how will this work if i want to make sure my app runs with different
>>databases?? (e.g. jetspeed)
>>
>>martin
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>The point being that this will ALLOW you to make sure that your application
>runs with different databases. Did you read my email wrong or am I reading
>yours wrong? =)
>
>-jon
>
let's try with an example:

if i generate for mysql, will the reserved words for all databases be 
blocked or only for mysql??
i would prefere for all databases

martin



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