Okay, while analyzing queries against a SQL Server 2008 R2 database, I happened upon the following query: (@p__linq__0 nvarchar(4000)) SELECT TOP (1) [Extent1].[OrderSOId] AS [OrderSOId], [Extent1] ...
I need to run ALTER TABLE ... ALTER COLUMN ... COLLATE Czech_CI_AS ... for multiple columns in a database. All those tables have TIMESTAMP column which is used for database synchronization. Will ...
I know there are plenty of posts and blog explanations about unicode errors, but I still can't figure out to handle it in my particular case. I've already asked this question on GIS.StackExchange but ...
The default collation of our new server is SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS. However the collation of the other databases which are used as the source to migrate data into the target databases on this ...
What would be some really good reasons to not use the SQL_Latin1_General_CI_AS collation on a system which handles English, German, Japanese, and Chinese data? I'm having a really hard time finding ...
After decades of business speaking with companies that adhere to the general Latin1 Collation, my company is facing the issue of storing information in a different charset and collation: Greek. So, ...