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Case Sensitive

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 1997-10-03 13:46:19.0Z
Stefan de Vogelaere Posted on 1997-10-03 07:55:22.0Z
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Can you switch off the case sensitive things in sqlserver?


Matt Van Rensburg Posted on 1997-10-03 13:46:19.0Z
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Hi Stefan

Go into the sybconfigure utility and have a look at sort
orders for your character set.
Depending on the character set you are using there should be
a sort order which allows you to select case sensitivity.

NB. Have a look in your Sybase Admin guide before you change
your sort order as there are a couple of steps you have to
follow and this requires a server reboot

HTH
Matt

Stefan de Vogelaere wrote:
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> Can you switch off the case sensitive things in sqlserver?