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UpperCase in a Query

Posted on 2001-08-03
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How can I have uppercase in a sql query ?
I'm using a Paradox file, and in a TQuery I have :
SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE UPPERCASE(Name) = 'HELLO'

It do not work :((  How can I do that ??
Thanks
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Question by:frdep
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vqmacedo earned 50 total points
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try "upper()"!
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by:kretzschmar
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yup, for paradox should upper do it like

SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE UPPER(Name) = 'HELLO'
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