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Rick Smith
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Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:01 PM

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Greetings SLX comrades,
Wondering if anyone has a handy link to reserved words in db field names?
I just encountered one: Organization How many more are lurking out there?
Thanks,
Rick Smith
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Ryan Farley
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:13 PM
That would be great to have. I've not seen such as list, but I would imagine that it is comprised of reserved words from Interbase, MSSQL, Oracle, plus some that are very SLX specific.

For the SLX specific ones, there are many which are not so much as "reserved", but more for special purposes. For example, adding a field called SECCODEID to a table will allow you to control security to that data (and sync). Some field names in previous versions would cause unexpected results and it would mess the joins up (like adding a field named ADDRESSID in pre-6.2 versions).

I hope someone does have a complete list. I would love to see it too.

-Ryan
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Timmus Agersea
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:22 PM

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SQL Server:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/tsqlref/ts_ra-rz_9oj7.asp

Oracle:
http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~oracle/Oracle8_doc/DOC/server.804/a58234/vol2_wor.htm

I tried finding the info on Oracle's site as I prefer using vendor documentation but I could not find anything.

Timmus
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Rick Smith
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:37 PM

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Timmus - thanks for the links. This is very helpful.

The particular word I encountered - "Organization" - isn't in the MS list (I'm using SQL Server 2000).
The SLX DB Manager would not let me create a field with this name.

So there must be another list that SLX itself reserves...
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Timmus Agersea
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:41 PM

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Happy to help, Rick. As Ryan stated it is a combination of Oracle and SQL reserved words that SalesLogix must enforce as they are "database agnostic". Organization is a reserved word in Oracle.

If there is a list that the SalesLogix team has embedded in the application it would be very nice if they dumped it out as a reference. I'll ping them and see if they will do so.

Timmus
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Rick Smith
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Mar 06 2:44 PM

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Oh, yes, I should have checked the Oracle list...doh!
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Bob (RJ)Ledger
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 17 Mar 06 10:12 AM

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Here's a copy of an "olde but goodie" list of reserved words right out of an old SalesLogix Document:

SYMBOLS ­- ! & ( ) * , . / : @ [ ] ^ + < = >

A - ABSOLUTE, ACCESS, ACCOUNT, ACTION, ACTIVATE, ACTIVE, ADD, ADMIN, ADVISE, AFTER, ALL, ALL_ROWS, ALLOCATE, ALTER, ANALYZE, AND, ANY, ARCHIVE, ARCHIVELOG, ARE, ARRAY, ARRAYLEN, AS, ASC, ASCENDING, ASSERTION, AT, AUDIT, AUTHENTICATED, AUTHORIZATION, AUTO, AUTODDL, AUTOEXTEND, AUTOINC, AUTOMATIC, AVG

B - BACKUP, BASED, BASENAME, BASE_NAME, BECOME, BEFORE, BEGIN, BETWEEN, BFILE, BITMAP, BLOB, BLOBEDIT, BODY, BOOLEAN, BOTH, BREAK, BROWSE, BUFFER, BULKBLOCK, BY, BYTES

C - CACHE, CACHE_INSTANCES, CANCEL, CASCADE, CASCADED, CASE, CAST, CATALOG, CFILE, CHAINED, CHANGE, CHAR, CHAR_CS, CHAR_LENGTH, CHARACTER, CHARACTER_LENGTH, CHECK, CHECK_POINT_LEN, CHECK_POINT_LENGTH, CHECKPOINT, CHOOSE, CHUNK, CLEAR, CLOB, CLONE, CLOSE, CLOSE_CACHED_OPEN_CURSORS, CLUSTER, CLUSTERED, COALESCE, COBOL, COLLATE, COLLATION, COLUMN, COLUMNS, COMMENT, COMMIT, COMMITTED, COMPATIBILITY, COMPILE, COMPILETIME, COMPLETE, COMPOSITE_LIMIT, COMPRESS, COMPUTE, COMPUTED, CONDITIONAL, CONFIRM, CONNECT, CONNECT_TIME, CONNECTION, CONSTRAINT, CONSTRAINTS, CONTAINING, CONTAINS, CONTAINSTABLE, CONTENTS, CONTINUE, CONTROLFILE, CONTROLROW, CONVERT, CORRESPONDING, COST, COUNT, CPU_PER_CALL, CPU_PER_SESSION, CREATE, CROSS, CSTRING, CURRENT, CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_SCHEMA, CURRENT_TIME, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, CURRENT_USER, CURSOR, CYCLE

D - DANGLING, DATABASE, DATAFILE, DATAFILES, DATAOBJNO, DATE, DATETIME, DAY, DBA, DB_KEY, DBCC, DEALLOCATE, DEBUG, DEC, DECIMAL, DECLARE, DEFAULT, DEFERRABLE, DEFERRED, DEGREE, DELETE, DENY, DEREF, DESC, DESCENDING, DESCRIBE, DESCRIPTOR, DIAGNOSTICS, DIRECTORY, DISABLE, DISCONNECT, DISK, DISMOUNT, DISPLAY, DISTINCT, DISTRIBUTED, DML, DO, DOMAIN, DOUBLE, DROP, DUMMY, DUMP

E - EACH, ECHO, EDIT, ELSE, ENABLE, END, END_EXEC, ENFORCE, ENTRY, ENTRY_POINT, ERRLVL, ERROREXIT, ESCAPE, ESTIMATE, EVENT, EVENTS, EXCEPT, EXCEPTION, EXCEPTIONS, EXCHANGE, EXCLUDING, EXCLUSIVE, EXEC, EXECUTE, EXISTS, EXIT, EXPIRE, EXPIREDATE, EXPLAIN, EXTENT, EXTENTS, EXTERN, EXTERNAL, EXTERNALLY, EXTRACT

F - FAILED_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS, FALSE, FAST, FETCH, FIELD, FILE, FILLFACTOR, FILTER, FIRST, FIRST_ROWS, FLAGGER, FLOAT, FLOB, FLOPPY, FLUSH, FOR, FORCE, FOREIGN, FORTRAN, FOUND, FREE_IT, FREELIST, FREELISTS, FREETEXT, FREETEXTTABLE, FROM, FULL, FUNCTION

G - GDSCODE, GEN_ID, GENERATOR, GET, GLOBAL, GLOBAL_NAME, GLOBALLY, GO, GOTO, GRANT, GROUP, GROUP_COMMIT, GROUP_COMMIT_WAIT, GROUP_COMMIT_WAIT_TIME, GROUPS

H - HASH, HASHKEYS, HAVING, HEADER, HEAP, HELP, HOLDLOCK, HOUR

I - DENTIFIED, IDENTITY, IDENTITY_INSERT, IDENTITYCOL, IDGENERATORS, IDLE_TIME, IF, IMMEDIATE, IN, INACTIVE, INCLUDING, INCREMENT, IND_PARTITION, INDEX, INDEXED, INDEXES, INDICATOR, INIT, INITIAL, INITIALLY, INITRANS, INNER, INPUT, INPUT_TYPE, INSERT, INSTANCE, INSTANCES, INSTEAD, INT, INTEGER, INTERMEDIATE, INTERSECT, INTERVAL, INTO, IS, ISOLATION, ISOLATION_LEVEL, ISQL

J - JOIN

K - KEEP, KEY, KILL

L - LABEL, LANGUAGE, LAST, LAYER, LC_MESSAGES, LC_TYPE, LEADING, LEFT, LENGTH, LESS, LEV, LEVEL, LIBRARY, LIKE, LIMIT, LINENO, LINK, LIST, LISTS, LOAD, LOB, LOCAL, LOCK, LOCKED, LOG, LOG_BUF_SIZE, LOG_BUFFER_SIZE, LOGFILE, LOGGING, LOGICAL_READS_PER_CALL, LOGICAL_READS_PER_SESSION, LONG, LOWER

M - MANAGE, MANUAL, MASTER, MATCH, MAX, MAXARCHLOGS, MAXDATAFILES, MAXEXTENTS, MAX_SEGMENT, MAXIMUM, MAXIMUM_SEGMENT, MAXINSTANCES, MAXLOGFILES, MAXLOGHISTORY, MAXLOGMEMBERS, MAXSIZE, MAXTRANS, MAXVALUE, MEMBER, MERGE, MESSAGE, MIN, MINEXTENTS, MINIMUM, MINUS, MINUTE, MINVALUE, MIRROREXIT, MLSLABEL, MODE, MODIFY, MODULE, MODULE_NAME, MONEY, MONTH, MOUNT, MOVE, MTS_DISPATCHERS, MULTISET

N - NAMES, NATIONAL, NATURAL, NCHAR, NCHAR_CS, NCLOB, NEEDED, NESTED, NETWORK, NEW, NEXT, NO, NOARCHIVELOG, NOAUDIT, NOAUTO, NOCACHE, NOCHECK, NOCOMPRESS, NOCYCLE, NOFORCE, NOLOGGING, NOMAXVALUE, NOMINVALUE, NONCLUSTERED, NONE, NOORDER, NOOVERRIDE, NOPARALLEL, NORESETLOGS, NOREVERSE, NORMAL, NOSORT, NOT, NOTFOUND, NOTHING, NOWAIT, NULL, NULLIF, NUM_LOG_BUFFERS, NUM_LOG_BUFS, NUMBER, NUMERIC, NVARCHAR2

O - OBJECT, OBJNO, OBJNO_REUSE, OCTET_LENGTH, OF, OFF, OFFLINE, OFFSETS, OID, OIDINDEX, OLD, ON, ONCE, ONLINE, ONLY, OPCODE, OPEN, OPENDATASOURCE, OPENQUERY, OPENROWSET, OPTIMAL, OPTIMIZER_GOAL, OPTION, OR, ORDER, ORGANIZATION, OUTER, OUTPUT, OUTPUT_TYPE, OVER, OVERFLOW, OVERLAPS, OWN

P - PACKAGE, PACKED, PAD, PAGE, PAGELENGTH, PAGE_SIZE, PAGES, PARALLEL, PARAMETER, PARTIAL, PARTITION, PASSWORD, PASSWORD_GRACE_TIME, PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME, PASSWORD_LOCK_TIME, PASSWORD_REUSE_MAX, PASSWORD_REUSE_TIME, PASSWORD_VERIFY_FUNCTION, PCTFREE, PCTINCREASE, PCTTHRESHOLD, PCTUSED, PCTVERSION, PERCENT, PERM, PERMANENT, PIPE, PLAN, PLI, PLSQL_DEBUG, POSITION, POST_EVENT, POST_TRANSACTION, PRECISION, PREPARE, PRESERVE, PRIMARY, PRINT, PRIOR, PRIVATE, PRIVATE_SGA, PRIVILEGE, PRIVILEGES, PROC, PROCEDURE, PROCESSEXIT, PROFILE, PROTECTED, PUBLIC, PURGE

Q - QUEUE, QUIT, QUOTA

R - RAISERROR, RANGE, RAW, RAW_PARTITIONS, RBA, RDB$DB_KEY, READ, READTEXT, REAL, REBUILD, RECONFIGURE, RECORD_VERSION, RECOVER, RECOVERABLE, RECOVERY, REF, REFERENCES, REFERENCING, REFRESH, RELATIVE, RELEASE, RENAME, REPEATABLE, REPLACE, REPLICATION, RESERV, RESERVING, RESET, RESETLOGS, RESIZE, RESOURCE, RESTORE, RESTRICT, RESTRICTED, RETAIN, RETAINDAYS, RETURN, RETURNING, RETURNING_VALUES, RETURNS, REUSE, REVERSE, REVOKE, RIGHT, ROLE, ROLES, ROLLBACK, ROW, ROWCOUNT, ROWGUIDCOL, ROWID, ROWLABEL, ROWNUM, ROWS, RULE, RUNTIME

S - SAMPLE, SAVE, SAVEPOINT, SB4, SCAN_INSTANCES, SCHEMA, SCN, SCOPE, SD_ALL, SD_INHIBIT, SD_SHOW, SECOND, SECTION, SEG_BLOCK, SEG_FILE, SEGMENT, SELECT, SEQUENCE, SERIALIZABLE, SESSION, SESSION_CACHED_CURSORS, SESSIONS_PER_USER, SESSION_USER, SET, SETUSER, SHADOW, SHARE, SHARED, SHARED_POOL, SHELL, SHOW, SHRINK, SHUTDOWN, SINGULAR, SIZE, SKIP, SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES, SMALLINT, SNAPSHOT, SOME, SORT, SPACE, SPECIFICATION, SPLIT, SQL, SQL_TRACE, SQLBUF, SQLCODE, SQLERROR, SQLSTATE, SQLWARNING, STABILITY, STANDBY, START, STARTING, STARTS, STATEMENT, STATEMENT_ID, STATIC, STATISTICS, STOP, STORAGE, STORE, STRUCTURE, SUB_TYPE, SUBSTRING, SUCCESSFUL, SUM, SWITCH, SYNONYM, SYS_OP_ENFORCE_NOT_NULL$, SYS_OP_NTCIMG$, SYSDATE, SYSDBA, SYSOPER, SYSTEM, SYSTEM_USER

T - TABLE, TABLES, TABLESPACE, TABLESPACE_NO, TABNO, TAPE, TEMP, TEMPORARY, TERMINATOR, TEXTSIZE, THAN, THE, THEN, THREAD, TIME, TIMESTAMP, TIMEZONE_HOUR, TIMEZONE_MINUTE, TO, TOP, TOPLEVEL, TRACE, TRACING, TRAILING, TRAN, TRANSACTION, TRANSITIONAL, TRANSLATE, TRANSLATION, TRIGGER, TRIGGERS, TRIM, TRUE, TRUNCATE, TSEQUAL, TX, TYPE

U - UB2, UBA, UID, UNARCHIVED, UNCOMMITTED, UNDER, UNDO, UNION, UNIQUE, UNKNOWN, UNLIMITED, UNLOCK, UNPACKED, UNRECOVERABLE, UNTIL, UNUSABLE, UNUSED, UPDATABLE, UPDATE, UPDATETEXT, UPPER, USAGE, USE, USER, USING

V - VALIDATE, VALIDATION, VALUE, VALUES, VARCHAR, VARCHAR2, VARIABLE, VARYING, VERSION, VIEW, VOLUME

W - WAIT, WAIT_TIME, WAITFOR, WHEN, WHENEVER, WHERE, WHILE, WITH, WITHOUT, WORK, WRITE, WRITETEXT

X - XID

Y - YEAR

Z - ZONE

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Timmus Agersea
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 17 Mar 06 10:45 AM

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Nice. Thx Bob.
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Ryan Farley
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Re: Reserved DB wordsYour last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 17 Mar 06 11:05 AM
Awesome! Thanks RJ!
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