troubles using tds
James K. Lowden
jklowden at speakeasy.org
Thu Apr 19 19:19:11 EDT 2001
Allen Grace wrote:
> Hm. My first thought was that I wouldn't have tried to use a table name like
> that, but what I find is that in Enterprise Manager you can get away with
> it. However, Query Analyzer returns the same error code (170 - syntax error)
> that DBD::Sybase did.
Oh. OK, if that's really what we want to do, I bet this will work (I don't have
access to a Microsoft machine here, but from memory):
$query = 'create table [192.168.0.1] (BYTES_IN_CACHE datetime)';
It's the same as embedding spaces or any other 'non-word' character in the
You might have to Set Quoted Identifiers On, too.
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