Dana Hudes wrote:
> The documentation clearly states in section "1.1.1 Identifiers and
> Keywords" that "Identifier and key word names are case insensitive".
> It goes on to give an example where a column name is used in lower
> case and in upper case or any mixture.
> I have found that the actual implemented behavior is not
> in conformance with the above. It can be demonstrated in psql
> if you create a column whose name is mixed case , e.g. "DocRoot" in
> table "websites" that
> select "DocRoot" from "websites";
> works and that
> select "docroot" from "websites" does not.
Reread the above section up to the very end and then come back.
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