|From:||brian stapel <brians_224(at)hotmail(dot)com>|
|Subject:||Column Name = column does not exist|
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Thanks for your time.
I'm in the process of trying to incorporate three Human Resource systems into one. Each of the three systems had a different author and no standards were followed - consequently the table design leaves a bit to be desired. One of the most critical tables has a field named:Last_Name (case specific). When I execute 'Select Last_Name from employee' the statement fails with the following message: column "last_name" does not exist. If I wrap the field name in quotes "Last_Name" for example, the query works as expected.
Is this typical behavior?
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