On 16/11/2009 1:12 PM, ikorot(at)earthlink(dot)net wrote:
> So, if I call both formats, i.e.:
> CREATE TABLE "foo1"...;
> CREATE TABLE Foo2....;
> what will SQLTables() return?
I don't know the ODBC interface, so I can't usefully answer your
question exactly without doing some digging.
The actual tables created by PostgreSQL will be named "foo1" and "foo2"
respectively. That's what'll be shown in INFORMATION_SCHEMA and in
pg_catalog.pg_class . If SQLTables just enumerates the tables in the
database, I expect it should return "foo1" and "foo2".
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