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Re: I have the problem with UID
Sorry about the late response, I've been out of the office. In
Oracle, the word "uid" is reserved for reasons I know not why. I got
around this by using the word "username" to label table columns that would
otherwise be called "uid". Then, in ldap_attr_mappings, I set the "name"
to "uid" and the "sel_expr" to "username".
Yes, it's annoying, but you can get around it.
> Hi i have this problem.
> Migration from MySql to ORACLE one table in MySql the colum name is UID.
> So in ORACLE is a reserver word why???