SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case

The topic describes the SA0140 analysis rule.

Message

Reserved keyword is not in the required case

Description

The rule checks T-SQL code for reserved keywords which do not use the required keyword case.

The parameter RequiredCase specifies the required case for the keywords.

NOTE: The rule excludes reserved keywords in datatypes such as varchar, nvarchar, int and etc.

Scope

The rule has a Batch scope and is applied only on the SQL script.

Parameters
Name Description Default Value
RequiredCase

The parameter specifies the required case of the reserved keywords.

UPPERCASE

Remarks

The rule does not need Analysis Context or SQL Connection.

Categories

Naming Rules

Additional Information

There is no additional info for this rule.

Example Test Script
SQL
 1CREATE TABLE Test.Greeting
 2(
 3GreetingId INT identity (1,1) PRIMARY KEY,
 4Message nvarchar(255) NOT NULL,
 5)
 6
 7INSERT INTO Test.Greeting (Message) 
 8SELECT 'Hello!'
 9UNION ALL 
10SELECT 'Hi!'
11UNION ALL
12SELECT 'Hello, world!'
13
14insert into Test.Greeting (Message) 
15values ('How do yo do?'),
16        ('Good morning!'),
17        ('Good night!')
18
19DELETE  Test.Greeting wherE GreetingId = 3
20
21SELECT * FROM Test.Greeting g 
22where 
23g.Message like 'Hello%'
24
25drop TABLE Test.Greeting

Analysis Results

  Message Line Column
1 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 3 15
2 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 14 0
3 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 14 7
4 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 15 0
5 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 19 22
6 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 22 0
7 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 23 10
8 SA0140 : Reserved keyword is not in the required case. 25 0
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