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GetColumnNames() is returning all uppercase names

I am using the GetColumnNames() method in a CFML program to acquire the field names of a table.  I am then using these field names to build an INSERT command for a Microsoft SQL 7.0 database.  The GetColumnNames method is returning the field names in all uppercase letters.  Because SQL 7.0 is case sensitive, I am receiving error messages for invalid column names.  Is there a way to either:

1. Return the field names with their actual case (field names have both upper and lower case letters)
2. Tell SQL Server to ignore case of field names.

Thanks for any help.
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jsprenk55
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jsprenk55
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anandkpCommented:
using "query_name.ColumnList "
Returns a comma-delimited list of the query columns.

U'll get all column names formatted in uppercase & also sorted in ascending order !
I dont think theres a way to bypass this !
I wonder abt GetColumnNames() method .. where did u get this from ?

let me know

K'Rgds
Anand
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cheekycjCommented:
usually when you query a DB in CF, column names are not case sensitive so using getcolumnnames() should not cause any problems.  Have you had problems with it?

CJ
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anandkpCommented:
Exactly - thats with FLASH ...

U wrote "GetColumnNames() method in a CFML program" :

so i thought u had written a CFM file !
My Apologies for misunderstanding !
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jonnygo55Commented:
well in your sql statement
you could do something like to have SQL ignore case...

select * from tblColumnNames
where lower(ColumnName) = #lcase(ColumnNametoCompare)#

lcase is cold fusion not sure if that is equivilent in Flash....
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