dbAppendTable() returns a
If the table does not exist,
or the data frame with the new data has different column names,
an error is raised; the remote table remains unchanged.
An error is raised when calling this method for a closed
or invalid connection.
An error is also raised
name cannot be processed with
or if this results in a non-scalar.
Invalid values for the
unsupported data types,
also raise an error.
name argument is processed as follows,
to support databases that allow non-syntactic names for their objects:
If an unquoted table name as string:
dbAppendTable() will do the quoting,
perhaps by calling
dbQuoteIdentifier(conn, x = name)
If the result of a call to
dbQuoteIdentifier(): no more quoting is done
row.names argument must be
NULL, the default value.
Row names are ignored.
All other values for the
and a string)
raise an error.