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A collation is a set of rules that determine how data is sorted and compared for comparing characters in a character set.

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This problem can be solved using accent insensitive collations. Your database is probably using a AS (Accent Sensitive) collation so by default it will search for the exact match including accents … . You could instruct the WHERE clause to use another collation than the database default by specifying a collation with the comparison. In this dbfiddle I created an example using the LATIN1 …
answered Nov 15 '17 by Tom V - Team Monica