Suppose your table is “TheTable”, with a column named “keyword”.
Try:
1. Use `keyword` in your sql
2. Use TheTable.’keyword’ in your sql
3. Use TheTable.”keyword” in your sql


Wish one of these works. 


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> On Jan 13, 2017, at 2:12 PM, read2me <readme...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> I have the field calls position,and it is the keyword in kylin query.when i
> execute the sql.error occurs.
> Encountered "position from" at line 1, column 8. Was expecting one of:
> "UNION" ... "INTERSECT" ... "EXCEPT" ... "ORDER" ... "LIMIT" ... "OFFSET"
> ... "FETCH" ... "STREAM" ... "DISTINCT" ... "ALL" ... "*" ... "+" ... "-"
> ... 
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> 
> somebody who can help me!
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