IBPhoenix ODBCSpecifying dialect Interbase

SQL dialects were introduced in InterBase 6.0, to support a number of new SQL features including delimited identifiers.

DRIVER=Firebird/InterBase(r) driver;UID=SYSDBA;PWD=masterkey;
DBNAME
=C:\database\myData.gdb;DIALECT=3;

DIALECT=1 - Parser processes as it did in InterBase V5.

DIALECT=2 - Transitional flagger. InterBaseV6, and Firebird flags ambiguous SQL constructs and issues an error or warning message.

DIALECT=3 - Parser processes anything delimited by single quotes as string constants and any thing delimited by double quotes as SQL delimited identifiers.

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