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|Reported by||Wang Zehao|
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The following bug has been logged on the website: Bug reference: 16381 Logged by: Wang Zehao Email address: (redacted) PostgreSQL version: 12.0 Operating system: win10 Description: When I was using pdAdmin4(Web UI) to create a table named 'Example' (with capital E), it executed successfully and I can saw the table on the sidebar. But when I opened the query tool on this table and tried to run ```insert into Example with value(a, b, c)```，it raises an error telling 'the table can't be found'. Then I changed the name of that table to 'example'(with lowercase e) (I changed it by right-clicking this table on sidebar and rename) and ran the exactly same SQL sentence, it executed perfectly. Maybe there should be a warning or a prevention when anyone try to create a table using GUI with capital letters in the name of it. Or maybe it's just a wrong operation by myself?
|2020-04-20 00:55:39+00||PG Bug reporting form||BUG #16381: create table in pgAdmin4 but unable to use it in SQL|
|2020-04-20 05:32:24+00||"David G(dot) Johnston"||Re: BUG #16381: create table in pgAdmin4 but unable to use it in SQL|