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Posted 4 Jan 2012

Configuring SQL Server Accent-Insensitivity

, 21 Feb 2012
This article describes the steps to re-configure SQL Server so that queries return accent-insensitive results. It includes source code (using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Shared Management Objects) to automate some of the steps in this procedure.


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I have been doing software system development and operations for many more years than I care to count, working as an independent consultant for organizations that range from small non-profit associations in my local community to global Fortune 500 enterprises.

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