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Putting double-quotes around an identifier in Oracle causes Oracle to treat the identifier as case sensitive rather than using the default of case-insensitivity. If you create a table (or a column) with double-quotes around the name, you must always refer to the identifier with double quotes and by correctly specifying the case (with the exception of all upper case identifiers, where double-quotes are meaningless). Under the covers, Oracle is always doing case-sensitive identifier matching. But it always casts identifiers that are not double-quoted to upper case before doing the matching. If you put double-quotes around an identifier, Oracle skips the casting to upper case.