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Id: 52440
Status: rejected
Priority: 0/
Queue: SQL-Statement

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Broken in: 1.23
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Subject: 'select 1 from some_table' Not parsing (impacting DBD::AnyData)
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The following program: use common::sense; use SQL::Statement; my $sql1 = "SELECT 1+0 FROM some_table"; my $sql2 = "SELECT 1 FROM some_table"; my $parser = SQL::Parser->new(); $parser->{RaiseError}=1; $parser->{PrintError}=0; for ($sql1, $sql2) { warn "trying: $_"; my $stmt = SQL::Statement->new($_,$parser); } produces: trying: SELECT 1+0 FROM some_table at sql.pl line 10. trying: SELECT 1 FROM some_table at sql.pl line 10. Bad table or column name: '1' starts with non-alphabetic character! This appears to be causing DBD::AnyData to fail. See http://perlmonks.com/?node_id=811012 for more details.
Duplicated of RT#52420 (Merged into RT #16931).


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