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D Oracle Database Reserved Words

This appendix lists Oracle SQL reserved words. Words followed by an asterisk (*) are also ANSI reserved words.

Note:

In addition to the following reserved words, Oracle uses system- generated names beginning with "SYS_" for implicitly generated schema objects and subobjects. Oracle discourages you from using this prefix in the names you explicitly provide to your schema objects and subobjects to avoid possible conflict in name resolution.

The V$RESERVED_WORDS data dictionary view provides additional information on all keywords, including whether the keyword is always reserved or is reserved only for particular uses. Refer to Oracle Database Reference for more information.


ACCESS
ADD *
ALL *
ALTER *
AND *
ANY *
AS *
ASC *
AUDIT
BETWEEN *
BY *
CHAR *
CHECK *
CLUSTER
COLUMN
COMMENT
COMPRESS
CONNECT *
CREATE *
CURRENT *
DATE *
DECIMAL *
DEFAULT *
DELETE *
DESC *
DISTINCT *
DROP *
ELSE *
EXCLUSIVE
EXISTS
FILE
FLOAT *
FOR *
FROM *
GRANT *
GROUP *
HAVING *
IDENTIFIED
IMMEDIATE *
IN *
INCREMENT
INDEX
INITIAL
INSERT *
INTEGER *
INTERSECT *
INTO *
IS *
LEVEL *
LIKE *
LOCK
LONG
MAXEXTENTS
MINUS
MLSLABEL
MODE
MODIFY
NOAUDIT
NOCOMPRESS
NOT *
NOWAIT
NULL *
NUMBER
OF *
OFFLINE
ON *
ONLINE
OPTION *
OR *
ORDER *
PCTFREE
PRIOR *
PRIVILEGES *
PUBLIC *
RAW
RENAME
RESOURCE
REVOKE *
ROW
ROWID
ROWNUM
ROWS *
SELECT *
SESSION *
SET *
SHARE
SIZE *
SMALLINT *
START
SUCCESSFUL
SYNONYM
SYSDATE
TABLE *
THEN *
TO *
TRIGGER
UID
UNION *
UNIQUE *
UPDATE *
USER *
VALIDATE
VALUES *
VARCHAR *
VARCHAR2
VIEW *
WHENEVER *
WHERE
WITH *