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AD wrote: > 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. Tony Hoyle wrote the database drivers, so its probably best if he comments (especially as IIRC he's got a working oracle system)... or you could delve into the code and see what's happening (cvsnt/cvsapi/db/oracle) > 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. I know from personal experience that its works quite well with postgresql :-) Greetings from (windy!!!!) Luxembourg -- David Somers - typographer/programmer/whatever Random (and sometimes useful) stuff blogged at http://www.omz13.com