Updated SQL Reserved Words Checker

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I just updated my SQL reserved words checker to include a few new words from MySQL 5 that it wasn't picking up.

I use the tool when I'm designing a database table, or column. It can tell you if a value is a reserved word in MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, or SQL Server.



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On 03/29/2006 at 3:26:52 AM UTC Fredrik wrote:
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Why don't you add support for SQL-92, SQL-99, and SQL-2003 as well? You can find a table with reserved words in SQL-xxx at http://developer.mimer.com/validator/sql-reserved-words.tml. /Fredrik

On 03/29/2006 at 5:03:57 AM UTC Richard wrote:
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Hi, I've just checked 'BEFORE' in your reserved word checker and it shows as not reserved in MySQL whereas it actually became a reserved word in ver 4.1. Is it me or have you missed it? Cheers, Richard.

On 01/07/2008 at 11:53:43 AM UTC Kathy wrote:
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Nice tool.

I suggest you allow the entry of multiple words at one (comma or space delimited).

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