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Thank you David, a reserved name can be used if wrapped in quotes to create the table but when I try to edit a file, CVSNT replays with an error ORA-01747: column not valid. Making some test from SQL/Plus I have found that an insert into SessionLog is corrret if the column Date is wrapped in quotes too. See for example http://www.techonthenet.com/oracle/errors/ora01747.php Now I am trying to re-install a different version of Oracle Client, if it don't resove the problem I think to test MySql. Thank you David for your support. "David Somers" <dsomers at omz13.com> ha scritto nel messaggio news:eonosj$a76$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > AD wrote: > >> Oracle driver dosn't work on my server (I don't know why) but the >> problem >> is not the driver, if I changed driver the problem is the same because in >> Oracle database isn't possible use a field with the same name of a type >> (in Oracle I can use Date as a type of a field). > > I believe that other people use Oracle for the audit database, so it is > possible to get it working :-) > > IIRC you can use a reserved name if it is wrapped in quotes. > >> I want use Oracle because my group have a good confidence with Oracle >> database and Oracle tools as Forms and Reports. > > I wasn't questioning why you were using Oracle, just how. > > -- > David Somers - typographer/programmer/whatever > Random (and sometimes useful) stuff blogged at http://www.omz13.com