Hi,

I have a phoenix table created in lowercase  as follows:

CREATE TABLE "MICHTEST"."StagingNotificationPreferencesRT"
(
ROWKEY VARCHAR NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY
,  "cf"."partyId" VARCHAR
, "cf"."childNotificationId" VARCHAR
, "cf"."brand" VARCHAR
, "cf"."accountReference" VARCHAR
, "cf"."expiredDate" VARCHAR
, "cf"."parentNotificationId" VARCHAR
...

This table creates OK. When I try to bulk load from a csv file at Linux bash command line as follows

psql -t MICHTEST."StagingNotificationPreferencesRT" ./StagingNotificationPreferences.csv  -s

20/05/11 21:35:07 ERROR util.CSVCommonsLoader: Error upserting record [3c7953b3-0c69-42ee-9abf-fe7a77d29c87, 876543914, 1, LTB, , , 50, 76543210, , 2017-13-18 18:29:23:345, 19, 1, , , , , , , 9876543210123456]

java.lang.RuntimeException: org.apache.phoenix.schema.TableNotFoundException: ERROR 1012 (42M03): Table undefined. tableName=MICHTEST.STAGINGNOTIFICATIONPREFERENCESRT


Note that the table name shown in error is uppercase! Now this works if I go back and create table all in UPPERCASE!


Some documentation in below link 


https://phoenix.apache.org/bulk_dataload.html


talks about using backslash with table name etc but that does not work/ 


Any ideas how to bulk load into table created in mixed case!


Regards,


Mich


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