On Tue, Apr 05, 2005 at 18:09:25 +0100,
"Marcus v. Scotti" <m(dot)scotti(at)fry-it(dot)com> wrote:
> Description: Problem with capitalised DB names...
> When trying to grant database privileges to a group of users there is no way
> to do this if the database name is capitalised (i.e. db-name = Test). The
> error message when performing the grant operation:
> grant all on DATABASE test to group tgroup;
> ERROR: database "test" does not exist
> I have used capitalisation an a number of databases, so this now seems to
> require me to rename them all in to lower-case...
You need to use double quotes (") around database, table or column names that
are not all lowercase.
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