The following sections use all uppercase to identify DDL keywords (such as STRING, CREATE TABLE, and so on). However, these keywords are actually case-insensitive and can be entered as lower-case.
The DDL keywords shown here are reserved and cannot be used as table, index or field names.
Table, index and field names are case-preserving, but case-insensitive. So you can, for example, create a field named
MY_NAME, and later reference it as
my_name without error. However, whenever the field name is displayed, it will display as
Table and index names are limited to 32 characters. Field names can be 64 characters. All table, index and field names are restricted to alphanumeric characters, plus underscore ("_"). All names must start with a letter.