On Fri, Jun 08, 2007 at 11:05:28AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Well, the point is that downcasing and quote-stripping are things that
> happen in the context of parsing names within SQL statements. We don't
> do that for other names that are sent by themselves in the protocol,
> such as user and database names in the startup message. So I would not
> expect it to happen for statement names either.
Valid point. However, I had the statement name in a variable and used it
for prepare and deallocate. It just happened that it had upper case
letters and things didn't work. :-)
Anyway, I fix my code.
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