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@set resultset name 'string with spaces';

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I suspect the desired behavior would be for the first command to yield the second result and the second command to error.  No?


Scott,


We have an open ticket to look into highlighting.


Regards


Roger


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Scott,


@set resultset name xxx means that everything after name is treated as the name including any quotes.


Regards


Roger

Okay then perhaps it shouldn't highlight SQL syntax?

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