I'm new to this list and to PostgreSQL. However, I am
a C++ developer with some ODBC development experience.
I heard that in PostgreSQL it is possible to create table
in 2 ways:
CREATE TABLE "Foo" ....;
CREATE TABLE Foo... ;
So, when using unquoted version all query should check for
the case sensitivity.
Is it possible to check how the table was created to use proper
Also SQLTableName/SQLColumnName might fail in this case.
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