If the table exists, 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.
The following arguments are not part of the
(to improve compatibility across backends)
but are part of the DBI specification:
They must be provided as named arguments. See the "Specification" and "Value" sections for details on their usage.
name argument is processed as follows,
to support databases that allow non-syntactic names for their objects:
If an unquoted table name as string:
dbCreateTable() will do the quoting,
perhaps by calling
dbQuoteIdentifier(conn, x = name)
If the result of a call to
dbQuoteIdentifier(): no more quoting is done
temporary argument is
TRUE, the table is not available in a
second connection and is gone after reconnecting.
Not all backends support this argument.
A regular, non-temporary table is visible in a second connection
and after reconnecting to the database.
SQL keywords can be used freely in table names, column names, and data. Quotes, commas, and spaces can also be used for table names and column names, if the database supports non-syntactic identifiers.
row.names argument must be
NULL, the default value.
All other values for the
and a string)
raise an error.