I had a problem with Squirrel and some strange column names in a
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 DB:
The administrator of that DB had the beautiful idea of naming columns
with some whitespaces inside, so there are columns named as: “column
first”, “column second” “column past second column”
(MS SQL Server allows this “whitespaced” name, but I think is crazy to
use that feature: these names gave me a lot of problems!)
With Squirrel (I'm using the jTDS Microsoft SQL driver) if I open a
table, I made it editable and I try to modify a record's value, Squirrel
give me a “Sintax error”, then it let me choose if I want to continue
and I if say “yes” it give me an “unknown error” and it don't modify the
There is a way to edit a cell in a table with spaces in column names?
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