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Quoting MySQL & MariaDB identifiers

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MySQL/MariaDB identifiers are names for databases, tables, columns, etc. They can be quoted with `backticks` (AKA backquotes), and in that case they can contain characters which are normally illegal for identifiers (even spaces or the backtick itself), or they can be reserved words. Both quoting and not quoting cause some problems.

If you don’t quote names you will need to avoid illegal chars and reserved words – which is a good practice, anyway. But when you upgrade MariaDB, the new version could add some reserved words.

If you quote names, you should be sure to do it everywhere. It is a good practice, but if a developer doesn’t use backticks (or forgets to do it), he may see strange errors.

If you use keywords as identifiers and don’t quote them, you will probably receive …

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STK/Unit 1.0 Release Candidate 1 released

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STK/Unit 1.0 Release Candidate 1 is out!

STK stands for SQL ToolKit. It’s a family of proects for MariaDB, MySQL and Percona Server. STK/Unit is the first STK project that has been publicly release; more tools will come in the next future. The long-term purpose of STK is making SQL programming much easier and reliable on MariaDB and her sisters.

STK/Unit is a Unit Test framework for MariaDB, entirely written in SQL and inspired by SimpleTest and JUnit. Test Cases and Test Suites written by the user can set a test environment and check that all operations work as expected. The results can be retrieved as a human-readable string, in HTML format, or examined in the tables they are stored in. Both developers and database administrators can benefit from such …

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