David

I was tripped up for a period of time when Rails was complaining
about an update to a table. The problem SQL query was:

    UPDATE
      group = 'test'
    WHEN id='1'

The problem is that (I guess) group is a keyword. So I fixed this by
changing the name of the group field:

    UPDATE
      grp = 'test'
    WHEN id='1'

However, since rails seems to be catering to us 'dummies', it would be nice
if rails had generated the following SQL query:


    UPDATE
      posts.group = 'test'
    WHEN id='1'

where posts is the name of the table.
This would have insulated me from having to avoid using
'bad' column names.

Does this sound like a reasonable change to make?

-- 
Jim Freeze