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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.05
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I've coded my own Parser so that I can leverage all the S::T Producers but encountered two problems using the PostgreSQL output. First, I assigned to "size" for a date field which produced the output: "DoB" date(8), which is a syntax error in postgres. I can avoid this easily enough. Second, the schema I produced has mixed case names and postgres is case sensitive. The name quoting in the CREATE TABLE statements preserve my names but there are no quotes in the foreign key definitions: ALTER TABLE CGAS ADD FOREIGN KEY ("cod_id") REFERENCES COD ("id"); ALTER TABLE: column "cod_id" referenced in foreign key constraint does not exist When I add the quotes, the alter succeeds: ALTER TABLE "CGAS" ADD FOREIGN KEY ("cod_id") REFERENCES "COD" ("id"); Thanks, Brad pmvers SQL::Translator 0.05 This is perl, v5.6.1 built for i386-linux Debian Linux 2.4.19 psql (PostgreSQL) 7.2.1


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