Unanswered: inexact error message "Error in SQL syntax"
I have a curious problem with my SQL Server.
I am developing a web application which uses of course also a database.
Till today I used German names and descriptions and everthing worked fine. Now I decided to translate all tables, etc. into English and one problem occurs:
When executing a INSERT statement, which wasn't changed att all, I get the following error:
Script line: 1 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'character
(1,1,1,'HauDraufWieNix',1,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,'Knecht')' at line 2
Unfortunately the error is not very meaningful, so I want to ask for your help.
Why can changing the names of a table and its attributes lead to such a error?
Could the reason be something with the constraints? This is the only thing I can imagine, that maybe I forgot to translated anything. But I checked it as good as I could and didn't find any obvious mistakes.