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  • Question

  • User1856468055 posted

    Hi,

    I am writing a parser to verify sql statements after the where clause
    So wanted to know which all keywords can we have after the where clause.

    Thanks

    Friday, October 6, 2017 4:57 PM

Answers

  • User-359936451 posted

    This is a link to the docs for T-SQL reserved words, you can not use these...

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/language-elements/reserved-keywords-transact-sql

    or reference the list below:

    The following table lists SQL Server reserved keywords. +

    ADD EXTERNAL PROCEDURE
    ALL FETCH PUBLIC
    ALTER FILE RAISERROR
    AND FILLFACTOR READ
    ANY FOR READTEXT
    AS FOREIGN RECONFIGURE
    ASC FREETEXT REFERENCES
    AUTHORIZATION FREETEXTTABLE REPLICATION
    BACKUP FROM RESTORE
    BEGIN FULL RESTRICT
    BETWEEN FUNCTION RETURN
    BREAK GOTO REVERT
    BROWSE GRANT REVOKE
    BULK GROUP RIGHT
    BY HAVING ROLLBACK
    CASCADE HOLDLOCK ROWCOUNT
    CASE IDENTITY ROWGUIDCOL
    CHECK IDENTITY_INSERT RULE
    CHECKPOINT IDENTITYCOL SAVE
    CLOSE IF SCHEMA
    CLUSTERED IN SECURITYAUDIT
    COALESCE INDEX SELECT
    COLLATE INNER SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE
    COLUMN INSERT SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE
    COMMIT INTERSECT SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE
    COMPUTE INTO SESSION_USER
    CONSTRAINT IS SET
    CONTAINS JOIN SETUSER
    CONTAINSTABLE KEY SHUTDOWN
    CONTINUE KILL SOME
    CONVERT LEFT STATISTICS
    CREATE LIKE SYSTEM_USER
    CROSS LINENO TABLE
    CURRENT LOAD TABLESAMPLE
    CURRENT_DATE MERGE TEXTSIZE
    CURRENT_TIME NATIONAL THEN
    CURRENT_TIMESTAMP NOCHECK TO
    CURRENT_USER NONCLUSTERED TOP
    CURSOR NOT TRAN
    DATABASE NULL TRANSACTION
    DBCC NULLIF TRIGGER
    DEALLOCATE OF TRUNCATE
    DECLARE OFF TRY_CONVERT
    DEFAULT OFFSETS TSEQUAL
    DELETE ON UNION
    DENY OPEN UNIQUE
    DESC OPENDATASOURCE UNPIVOT
    DISK OPENQUERY UPDATE
    DISTINCT OPENROWSET UPDATETEXT
    DISTRIBUTED OPENXML USE
    DOUBLE OPTION USER
    DROP OR VALUES
    DUMP ORDER VARYING
    ELSE OUTER VIEW
    END OVER WAITFOR
    ERRLVL PERCENT WHEN
    ESCAPE PIVOT WHERE
    EXCEPT PLAN WHILE
    EXEC PRECISION WITH
    EXECUTE PRIMARY WITHIN GROUP
    EXISTS PRINT WRITETEXT
    EXIT PROC

    Additionally, the ISO standard defines a list of reserved keywords. Avoid using ISO reserved keywords for object names and identifiers. The ODBC reserved keyword list, shown in the following table, is the same as the ISO reserved keyword list. +

    Note

    The ISO standards reserved keywords list sometimes can be more restrictive than SQL Server and at other times less restrictive. For example, the ISO reserved keywords list contains INT. SQL Server does not have to distinguish this as a reserved keyword. +

    Transact-SQL reserved keywords can be used as identifiers or names of databases or database objects, such as tables, columns, views, and so on. Use either quoted identifiers or delimited identifiers. Using reserved keywords as the names of variables and stored procedure parameters is not restricted. +

    ODBC Reserved Keywords

    The following words are reserved for use in ODBC function calls. These words do not constrain the minimum SQL grammar; however, to ensure compatibility with drivers that support the core SQL grammar, applications should avoid using these keywords. +

    This is the current list of ODBC reserved keywords. +

    ABSOLUTE EXEC OVERLAPS
    ACTION EXECUTE PAD
    ADA EXISTS PARTIAL
    ADD EXTERNAL PASCAL
    ALL EXTRACT POSITION
    ALLOCATE FALSE PRECISION
    ALTER FETCH PREPARE
    AND FIRST PRESERVE
    ANY FLOAT PRIMARY
    ARE FOR PRIOR
    AS FOREIGN PRIVILEGES
    ASC FORTRAN PROCEDURE
    ASSERTION FOUND PUBLIC
    AT FROM READ
    AUTHORIZATION FULL REAL
    AVG GET REFERENCES
    BEGIN GLOBAL RELATIVE
    BETWEEN GO RESTRICT
    BIT GOTO REVOKE
    BIT_LENGTH GRANT RIGHT
    BOTH GROUP ROLLBACK
    BY HAVING ROWS
    CASCADE HOUR SCHEMA
    CASCADED IDENTITY SCROLL
    CASE IMMEDIATE SECOND
    CAST IN SECTION
    CATALOG INCLUDE SELECT
    CHAR INDEX SESSION
    CHAR_LENGTH INDICATOR SESSION_USER
    CHARACTER INITIALLY SET
    CHARACTER_LENGTH INNER SIZE
    CHECK INPUT SMALLINT
    CLOSE INSENSITIVE SOME
    COALESCE INSERT SPACE
    COLLATE INT SQL
    COLLATION INTEGER SQLCA
    COLUMN INTERSECT SQLCODE
    COMMIT INTERVAL SQLERROR
    CONNECT INTO SQLSTATE
    CONNECTION IS SQLWARNING
    CONSTRAINT ISOLATION SUBSTRING
    CONSTRAINTS JOIN SUM
    CONTINUE KEY SYSTEM_USER
    CONVERT LANGUAGE TABLE
    CORRESPONDING LAST TEMPORARY
    COUNT LEADING THEN
    CREATE LEFT TIME
    CROSS LEVEL TIMESTAMP
    CURRENT LIKE TIMEZONE_HOUR
    CURRENT_DATE LOCAL TIMEZONE_MINUTE
    CURRENT_TIME LOWER TO
    CURRENT_TIMESTAMP MATCH TRAILING
    CURRENT_USER MAX TRANSACTION
    CURSOR MIN TRANSLATE
    DATE MINUTE TRANSLATION
    DAY MODULE TRIM
    DEALLOCATE MONTH TRUE
    DEC NAMES UNION
    DECIMAL NATIONAL UNIQUE
    DECLARE NATURAL UNKNOWN
    DEFAULT NCHAR UPDATE
    DEFERRABLE NEXT UPPER
    DEFERRED NO USAGE
    DELETE NONE USER
    DESC NOT USING
    DESCRIBE NULL VALUE
    DESCRIPTOR NULLIF VALUES
    DIAGNOSTICS NUMERIC VARCHAR
    DISCONNECT OCTET_LENGTH VARYING
    DISTINCT OF VIEW
    DOMAIN ON WHEN
    DOUBLE ONLY WHENEVER
    DROP OPEN WHERE
    ELSE OPTION WITH
    END OR WORK
    END-EXEC ORDER WRITE
    ESCAPE OUTER YEAR
    EXCEPT OUTPUT ZONE
    EXCEPTION

    Future Keywords

    The following keywords could be reserved in future releases of SQL Server as new features are implemented. Consider avoiding the use of these words as identifiers. +

    ABSOLUTE HOST RELATIVE
    ACTION HOUR RELEASE
    ADMIN IGNORE RESULT
    AFTER IMMEDIATE RETURNS
    AGGREGATE INDICATOR ROLE
    ALIAS INITIALIZE ROLLUP
    ALLOCATE INITIALLY ROUTINE
    ARE INOUT ROW
    ARRAY INPUT ROWS
    ASENSITIVE INT SAVEPOINT
    ASSERTION INTEGER SCROLL
    ASYMMETRIC INTERSECTION SCOPE
    AT INTERVAL SEARCH
    ATOMIC ISOLATION SECOND
    BEFORE ITERATE SECTION
    BINARY LANGUAGE SENSITIVE
    BIT LARGE SEQUENCE
    BLOB LAST SESSION
    BOOLEAN LATERAL SETS
    BOTH LEADING SIMILAR
    BREADTH LESS SIZE
    CALL LEVEL SMALLINT
    CALLED LIKE_REGEX SPACE
    CARDINALITY LIMIT SPECIFIC
    CASCADED LN SPECIFICTYPE
    CAST LOCAL SQL
    CATALOG LOCALTIME SQLEXCEPTION
    CHAR LOCALTIMESTAMP SQLSTATE
    CHARACTER LOCATOR SQLWARNING
    CLASS MAP START
    CLOB MATCH STATE
    COLLATION MEMBER STATEMENT
    COLLECT METHOD STATIC
    COMPLETION MINUTE STDDEV_POP
    CONDITION MOD STDDEV_SAMP
    CONNECT MODIFIES STRUCTURE
    CONNECTION MODIFY SUBMULTISET
    CONSTRAINTS MODULE SUBSTRING_REGEX
    CONSTRUCTOR MONTH SYMMETRIC
    CORR MULTISET SYSTEM
    CORRESPONDING NAMES TEMPORARY
    COVAR_POP NATURAL TERMINATE
    COVAR_SAMP NCHAR THAN
    CUBE NCLOB TIME
    CUME_DIST NEW TIMESTAMP
    CURRENT_CATALOG NEXT TIMEZONE_HOUR
    CURRENT_DEFAULT_TRANSFORM_GROUP NO TIMEZONE_MINUTE
    CURRENT_PATH NONE TRAILING
    CURRENT_ROLE NORMALIZE TRANSLATE_REGEX
    CURRENT_SCHEMA NUMERIC TRANSLATION
    CURRENT_TRANSFORM_GROUP_FOR_TYPE OBJECT TREAT
    CYCLE OCCURRENCES_REGEX TRUE
    DATA OLD UESCAPE
    DATE ONLY UNDER
    DAY OPERATION UNKNOWN
    DEC ORDINALITY UNNEST
    DECIMAL OUT USAGE
    DEFERRABLE OVERLAY USING
    DEFERRED OUTPUT VALUE
    DEPTH PAD VAR_POP
    DEREF PARAMETER VAR_SAMP
    DESCRIBE PARAMETERS VARCHAR
    DESCRIPTOR PARTIAL VARIABLE
    DESTROY PARTITION WHENEVER
    DESTRUCTOR PATH WIDTH_BUCKET
    DETERMINISTIC POSTFIX WITHOUT
    DICTIONARY PREFIX WINDOW
    DIAGNOSTICS PREORDER WITHIN
    DISCONNECT PREPARE WORK
    DOMAIN PERCENT_RANK WRITE
    DYNAMIC PERCENTILE_CONT XMLAGG
    EACH PERCENTILE_DISC XMLATTRIBUTES
    ELEMENT POSITION_REGEX XMLBINARY
    END-EXEC PRESERVE XMLCAST
    EQUALS PRIOR XMLCOMMENT
    EVERY PRIVILEGES XMLCONCAT
    EXCEPTION RANGE XMLDOCUMENT
    FALSE READS XMLELEMENT
    FILTER REAL XMLEXISTS
    FIRST RECURSIVE XMLFOREST
    FLOAT REF XMLITERATE
    FOUND REFERENCING XMLNAMESPACES
    FREE REGR_AVGX XMLPARSE
    FULLTEXTTABLE REGR_AVGY XMLPI
    FUSION REGR_COUNT XMLQUERY
    GENERAL REGR_INTERCEPT XMLSERIALIZE
    GET REGR_R2 XMLTABLE
    GLOBAL REGR_SLOPE XMLTEXT
    GO REGR_SXX XMLVALIDATE
    GROUPING REGR_SXY YEAR
    HOLD REGR_SYY ZONE

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Friday, October 6, 2017 7:09 PM

All replies

  • User-359936451 posted

    This is a link to the docs for T-SQL reserved words, you can not use these...

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/language-elements/reserved-keywords-transact-sql

    or reference the list below:

    The following table lists SQL Server reserved keywords. +

    ADD EXTERNAL PROCEDURE
    ALL FETCH PUBLIC
    ALTER FILE RAISERROR
    AND FILLFACTOR READ
    ANY FOR READTEXT
    AS FOREIGN RECONFIGURE
    ASC FREETEXT REFERENCES
    AUTHORIZATION FREETEXTTABLE REPLICATION
    BACKUP FROM RESTORE
    BEGIN FULL RESTRICT
    BETWEEN FUNCTION RETURN
    BREAK GOTO REVERT
    BROWSE GRANT REVOKE
    BULK GROUP RIGHT
    BY HAVING ROLLBACK
    CASCADE HOLDLOCK ROWCOUNT
    CASE IDENTITY ROWGUIDCOL
    CHECK IDENTITY_INSERT RULE
    CHECKPOINT IDENTITYCOL SAVE
    CLOSE IF SCHEMA
    CLUSTERED IN SECURITYAUDIT
    COALESCE INDEX SELECT
    COLLATE INNER SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE
    COLUMN INSERT SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE
    COMMIT INTERSECT SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE
    COMPUTE INTO SESSION_USER
    CONSTRAINT IS SET
    CONTAINS JOIN SETUSER
    CONTAINSTABLE KEY SHUTDOWN
    CONTINUE KILL SOME
    CONVERT LEFT STATISTICS
    CREATE LIKE SYSTEM_USER
    CROSS LINENO TABLE
    CURRENT LOAD TABLESAMPLE
    CURRENT_DATE MERGE TEXTSIZE
    CURRENT_TIME NATIONAL THEN
    CURRENT_TIMESTAMP NOCHECK TO
    CURRENT_USER NONCLUSTERED TOP
    CURSOR NOT TRAN
    DATABASE NULL TRANSACTION
    DBCC NULLIF TRIGGER
    DEALLOCATE OF TRUNCATE
    DECLARE OFF TRY_CONVERT
    DEFAULT OFFSETS TSEQUAL
    DELETE ON UNION
    DENY OPEN UNIQUE
    DESC OPENDATASOURCE UNPIVOT
    DISK OPENQUERY UPDATE
    DISTINCT OPENROWSET UPDATETEXT
    DISTRIBUTED OPENXML USE
    DOUBLE OPTION USER
    DROP OR VALUES
    DUMP ORDER VARYING
    ELSE OUTER VIEW
    END OVER WAITFOR
    ERRLVL PERCENT WHEN
    ESCAPE PIVOT WHERE
    EXCEPT PLAN WHILE
    EXEC PRECISION WITH
    EXECUTE PRIMARY WITHIN GROUP
    EXISTS PRINT WRITETEXT
    EXIT PROC

    Additionally, the ISO standard defines a list of reserved keywords. Avoid using ISO reserved keywords for object names and identifiers. The ODBC reserved keyword list, shown in the following table, is the same as the ISO reserved keyword list. +

    Note

    The ISO standards reserved keywords list sometimes can be more restrictive than SQL Server and at other times less restrictive. For example, the ISO reserved keywords list contains INT. SQL Server does not have to distinguish this as a reserved keyword. +

    Transact-SQL reserved keywords can be used as identifiers or names of databases or database objects, such as tables, columns, views, and so on. Use either quoted identifiers or delimited identifiers. Using reserved keywords as the names of variables and stored procedure parameters is not restricted. +

    ODBC Reserved Keywords

    The following words are reserved for use in ODBC function calls. These words do not constrain the minimum SQL grammar; however, to ensure compatibility with drivers that support the core SQL grammar, applications should avoid using these keywords. +

    This is the current list of ODBC reserved keywords. +

    ABSOLUTE EXEC OVERLAPS
    ACTION EXECUTE PAD
    ADA EXISTS PARTIAL
    ADD EXTERNAL PASCAL
    ALL EXTRACT POSITION
    ALLOCATE FALSE PRECISION
    ALTER FETCH PREPARE
    AND FIRST PRESERVE
    ANY FLOAT PRIMARY
    ARE FOR PRIOR
    AS FOREIGN PRIVILEGES
    ASC FORTRAN PROCEDURE
    ASSERTION FOUND PUBLIC
    AT FROM READ
    AUTHORIZATION FULL REAL
    AVG GET REFERENCES
    BEGIN GLOBAL RELATIVE
    BETWEEN GO RESTRICT
    BIT GOTO REVOKE
    BIT_LENGTH GRANT RIGHT
    BOTH GROUP ROLLBACK
    BY HAVING ROWS
    CASCADE HOUR SCHEMA
    CASCADED IDENTITY SCROLL
    CASE IMMEDIATE SECOND
    CAST IN SECTION
    CATALOG INCLUDE SELECT
    CHAR INDEX SESSION
    CHAR_LENGTH INDICATOR SESSION_USER
    CHARACTER INITIALLY SET
    CHARACTER_LENGTH INNER SIZE
    CHECK INPUT SMALLINT
    CLOSE INSENSITIVE SOME
    COALESCE INSERT SPACE
    COLLATE INT SQL
    COLLATION INTEGER SQLCA
    COLUMN INTERSECT SQLCODE
    COMMIT INTERVAL SQLERROR
    CONNECT INTO SQLSTATE
    CONNECTION IS SQLWARNING
    CONSTRAINT ISOLATION SUBSTRING
    CONSTRAINTS JOIN SUM
    CONTINUE KEY SYSTEM_USER
    CONVERT LANGUAGE TABLE
    CORRESPONDING LAST TEMPORARY
    COUNT LEADING THEN
    CREATE LEFT TIME
    CROSS LEVEL TIMESTAMP
    CURRENT LIKE TIMEZONE_HOUR
    CURRENT_DATE LOCAL TIMEZONE_MINUTE
    CURRENT_TIME LOWER TO
    CURRENT_TIMESTAMP MATCH TRAILING
    CURRENT_USER MAX TRANSACTION
    CURSOR MIN TRANSLATE
    DATE MINUTE TRANSLATION
    DAY MODULE TRIM
    DEALLOCATE MONTH TRUE
    DEC NAMES UNION
    DECIMAL NATIONAL UNIQUE
    DECLARE NATURAL UNKNOWN
    DEFAULT NCHAR UPDATE
    DEFERRABLE NEXT UPPER
    DEFERRED NO USAGE
    DELETE NONE USER
    DESC NOT USING
    DESCRIBE NULL VALUE
    DESCRIPTOR NULLIF VALUES
    DIAGNOSTICS NUMERIC VARCHAR
    DISCONNECT OCTET_LENGTH VARYING
    DISTINCT OF VIEW
    DOMAIN ON WHEN
    DOUBLE ONLY WHENEVER
    DROP OPEN WHERE
    ELSE OPTION WITH
    END OR WORK
    END-EXEC ORDER WRITE
    ESCAPE OUTER YEAR
    EXCEPT OUTPUT ZONE
    EXCEPTION

    Future Keywords

    The following keywords could be reserved in future releases of SQL Server as new features are implemented. Consider avoiding the use of these words as identifiers. +

    ABSOLUTE HOST RELATIVE
    ACTION HOUR RELEASE
    ADMIN IGNORE RESULT
    AFTER IMMEDIATE RETURNS
    AGGREGATE INDICATOR ROLE
    ALIAS INITIALIZE ROLLUP
    ALLOCATE INITIALLY ROUTINE
    ARE INOUT ROW
    ARRAY INPUT ROWS
    ASENSITIVE INT SAVEPOINT
    ASSERTION INTEGER SCROLL
    ASYMMETRIC INTERSECTION SCOPE
    AT INTERVAL SEARCH
    ATOMIC ISOLATION SECOND
    BEFORE ITERATE SECTION
    BINARY LANGUAGE SENSITIVE
    BIT LARGE SEQUENCE
    BLOB LAST SESSION
    BOOLEAN LATERAL SETS
    BOTH LEADING SIMILAR
    BREADTH LESS SIZE
    CALL LEVEL SMALLINT
    CALLED LIKE_REGEX SPACE
    CARDINALITY LIMIT SPECIFIC
    CASCADED LN SPECIFICTYPE
    CAST LOCAL SQL
    CATALOG LOCALTIME SQLEXCEPTION
    CHAR LOCALTIMESTAMP SQLSTATE
    CHARACTER LOCATOR SQLWARNING
    CLASS MAP START
    CLOB MATCH STATE
    COLLATION MEMBER STATEMENT
    COLLECT METHOD STATIC
    COMPLETION MINUTE STDDEV_POP
    CONDITION MOD STDDEV_SAMP
    CONNECT MODIFIES STRUCTURE
    CONNECTION MODIFY SUBMULTISET
    CONSTRAINTS MODULE SUBSTRING_REGEX
    CONSTRUCTOR MONTH SYMMETRIC
    CORR MULTISET SYSTEM
    CORRESPONDING NAMES TEMPORARY
    COVAR_POP NATURAL TERMINATE
    COVAR_SAMP NCHAR THAN
    CUBE NCLOB TIME
    CUME_DIST NEW TIMESTAMP
    CURRENT_CATALOG NEXT TIMEZONE_HOUR
    CURRENT_DEFAULT_TRANSFORM_GROUP NO TIMEZONE_MINUTE
    CURRENT_PATH NONE TRAILING
    CURRENT_ROLE NORMALIZE TRANSLATE_REGEX
    CURRENT_SCHEMA NUMERIC TRANSLATION
    CURRENT_TRANSFORM_GROUP_FOR_TYPE OBJECT TREAT
    CYCLE OCCURRENCES_REGEX TRUE
    DATA OLD UESCAPE
    DATE ONLY UNDER
    DAY OPERATION UNKNOWN
    DEC ORDINALITY UNNEST
    DECIMAL OUT USAGE
    DEFERRABLE OVERLAY USING
    DEFERRED OUTPUT VALUE
    DEPTH PAD VAR_POP
    DEREF PARAMETER VAR_SAMP
    DESCRIBE PARAMETERS VARCHAR
    DESCRIPTOR PARTIAL VARIABLE
    DESTROY PARTITION WHENEVER
    DESTRUCTOR PATH WIDTH_BUCKET
    DETERMINISTIC POSTFIX WITHOUT
    DICTIONARY PREFIX WINDOW
    DIAGNOSTICS PREORDER WITHIN
    DISCONNECT PREPARE WORK
    DOMAIN PERCENT_RANK WRITE
    DYNAMIC PERCENTILE_CONT XMLAGG
    EACH PERCENTILE_DISC XMLATTRIBUTES
    ELEMENT POSITION_REGEX XMLBINARY
    END-EXEC PRESERVE XMLCAST
    EQUALS PRIOR XMLCOMMENT
    EVERY PRIVILEGES XMLCONCAT
    EXCEPTION RANGE XMLDOCUMENT
    FALSE READS XMLELEMENT
    FILTER REAL XMLEXISTS
    FIRST RECURSIVE XMLFOREST
    FLOAT REF XMLITERATE
    FOUND REFERENCING XMLNAMESPACES
    FREE REGR_AVGX XMLPARSE
    FULLTEXTTABLE REGR_AVGY XMLPI
    FUSION REGR_COUNT XMLQUERY
    GENERAL REGR_INTERCEPT XMLSERIALIZE
    GET REGR_R2 XMLTABLE
    GLOBAL REGR_SLOPE XMLTEXT
    GO REGR_SXX XMLVALIDATE
    GROUPING REGR_SXY YEAR
    HOLD REGR_SYY ZONE

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Friday, October 6, 2017 7:09 PM
  • User364663285 posted

    Hi,

    I am writing a parser to verify sql statements after the where clause
    So wanted to know which all keywords can we have after the where clause.

    Thanks

    The following table lists SQL Server reserved keywords.

    ADD	EXTERNAL	PROCEDURE
    ALL	FETCH	PUBLIC
    ALTER	FILE	RAISERROR
    AND	FILLFACTOR	READ
    ANY	FOR	READTEXT
    AS	FOREIGN	RECONFIGURE
    ASC	FREETEXT	REFERENCES
    AUTHORIZATION	FREETEXTTABLE	REPLICATION
    BACKUP	FROM	RESTORE
    BEGIN	FULL	RESTRICT
    BETWEEN	FUNCTION	RETURN
    BREAK	GOTO	REVERT
    BROWSE	GRANT	REVOKE
    BULK	GROUP	RIGHT
    BY	HAVING	ROLLBACK
    CASCADE	HOLDLOCK	ROWCOUNT
    CASE	IDENTITY	ROWGUIDCOL
    CHECK	IDENTITY_INSERT	RULE
    CHECKPOINT	IDENTITYCOL	SAVE
    CLOSE	IF	SCHEMA
    CLUSTERED	IN	SECURITYAUDIT
    COALESCE	INDEX	SELECT
    COLLATE	INNER	SEMANTICKEYPHRASETABLE
    COLUMN	INSERT	SEMANTICSIMILARITYDETAILSTABLE
    COMMIT	INTERSECT	SEMANTICSIMILARITYTABLE
    COMPUTE	INTO	SESSION_USER
    CONSTRAINT	IS	SET
    CONTAINS	JOIN	SETUSER
    CONTAINSTABLE	KEY	SHUTDOWN
    CONTINUE	KILL	SOME
    CONVERT	LEFT	STATISTICS
    CREATE	LIKE	SYSTEM_USER
    CROSS	LINENO	TABLE
    CURRENT	LOAD	TABLESAMPLE
    CURRENT_DATE	MERGE	TEXTSIZE
    CURRENT_TIME	NATIONAL	THEN
    CURRENT_TIMESTAMP	NOCHECK	TO
    CURRENT_USER	NONCLUSTERED	TOP
    CURSOR	NOT	TRAN
    DATABASE	NULL	TRANSACTION
    DBCC	NULLIF	TRIGGER
    DEALLOCATE	OF	TRUNCATE
    DECLARE	OFF	TRY_CONVERT
    DEFAULT	OFFSETS	TSEQUAL
    DELETE	ON	UNION
    DENY	OPEN	UNIQUE
    DESC	OPENDATASOURCE	UNPIVOT
    DISK	OPENQUERY	UPDATE
    DISTINCT	OPENROWSET	UPDATETEXT
    DISTRIBUTED	OPENXML	USE
    DOUBLE	OPTION	USER
    DROP	OR	VALUES
    DUMP	ORDER	VARYING
    ELSE	OUTER	VIEW
    END	OVER	WAITFOR
    ERRLVL	PERCENT	WHEN
    ESCAPE	PIVOT	WHERE
    EXCEPT	PLAN	WHILE
    EXEC	PRECISION	WITH
    EXECUTE	PRIMARY	WITHIN GROUP
    EXISTS	PRINT	WRITETEXT
    EXIT	PROC

    Saturday, October 7, 2017 4:57 AM