Re: column name is "LIMIT"

From: Bryan Encina
Subject: Re: column name is "LIMIT"
Date: ,
Msg-id: 01a201c528cb$c23f7d20$ca1e10ac@AT10111
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In response to: Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Jan Wieck)
Responses: Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Jan Wieck)
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column name is "LIMIT"  (Gourish Singbal, )
 Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Christopher Kings-Lynne, )
 Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Russell Smith, )
  Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Gourish Singbal, )
   Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Christopher Kings-Lynne, )
    Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Robert Treat, )
     Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Jan Wieck, )
      Re: column name is "LIMIT"  ("Bryan Encina", )
       Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Jan Wieck, )
      Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Tom Lane, )
 Re: column name is "LIMIT"  ("Qingqing Zhou", )
  Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Jan Wieck, )
   Re: column name is "LIMIT"  (Tom Lane, )

> Note also that the Slony-I replication system has problems
> with column
> names identical to reserved words. This is rooted in the fact
> that the
> quote_ident() function doesn't quote reserved words ... as it IMHO is
> supposed to do.
>
>
> Jan
>

Does this apply to table names as well or just columns?

Bryan


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