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Posted - 08/11/2000 :  08:05:55  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I know we have many international readers here on SQLTeam.com. This http://www.pinnaclepublishing.com/SQ/SQMag.nsf/0/54A93FABD20B31D88525692D0075E26F&ItemID=364">article on SQL Server Professional Online explains the concepts behind the ANSI and OEM character sets-and the implications they have when you work with SQL Server. It covers many of the issues that non-American English users might face maintaining language specific data in their database.

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