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From:Dan Nelson Date:March 8 2002 3:58am
Subject:Re: making " : " an allowable character in tables & colums
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In the last episode (Mar 08), joseph.chillari@stripped said:
> Dan Wrote:
> > In the last episode (Mar 08), joseph.chillari@stripped said:
> > > Access can do it, & I have queries in access that need to be able
> > > to read the data I imported into Mysql from access. Can it be
> > > done, if so how
> >
> > Quote the name with `backtics`
> >
> > http://www.mysql.com/doc/L/e/Legal_names.html
> 
> is this the key situitated next to the number 1 on the top right hand
> corner of the Keyboard, if so it's illegal in Access.

Oh, I misunderstood.  MyODBC should quote all the table and field names
for you, I believe.  What errors are you getting?

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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making " : " an allowable character in tables & columsjoseph.chillari7 Mar
  • Re: making " : " an allowable character in tables & columsDan Nelson7 Mar
  • Re: making " : " an allowable character in tables & columsArjen Lentz8 Mar
Re: making " : " an allowable character in tables & columsDan Nelson8 Mar
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