what technology are you using to create this Form?Create a form for the table, and add a few rows.
Well Firefox does display its download dialogue rather than showing the page via the Abode plugin. Fortunately it also has a view as HTML button. Unfortunately, reading from section to section requires multiple navigations, which is not user friendly. Also, HTML would make it a cinch to turn this sentence ...which people should be able to view and print without downloading as far as I know)
SQL> DESC 123I think this dread entity featured in H P Lovecraft's eldritch classic "The Remote Procedure Call of Cthulu".
1234 NOT NULL NUMBER
I concur with William. Changing object names in the data model is fairly rare. It is also trivial to handle in most RDBMS products, through views and synonyms. Besides these days an increasing number of front end applications talk to the database through a layer of abstractions such as EJBs or PL/SQL packages. I agree that this merely transfers the problem of handling change but it tends to keep it close to the database itself.Then the fancy name-independent code would be broken while the old-fashioned
system would still work. It seems to me that the latter is the more common scenario.