I have simply quoted them ALL as a matter of course.

I think the problem here is that the entries on the table were created
in mixed-case using "" therefore all subsequent references to the long
names must match case.

I'm sorry, but this is ridiculous! Effectively we're saying you can't
create a mixed case column name under i5/OS, because if you do you will
be forced to refer to that column in the exact same casing you create
it. And, AFAIK, SQL is NOT a case sensitive language! So what was IBM
thinking?

-Walden


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