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SQL files are getting converted to binary files and not readable

Hi All,

This is to let you know that we are facing challenges to check in the SQL files. Once we check in the .sql files from local repository to remote repository. The files are getting converted to binary files in Bit Bucket and are not in a readable format.

Because of this, we are not able to compare the differences.

Please check and advise. Any help would really appreciated.

Thanks,

Chandra.

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Hi Chandra and welcome to the community.

Do you know what encoding was used for these .sql files?

There is a bug with Bitbucket Cloud, UTF-16 and UTF-32 files do not show up in the diff:

If that's the case with your .sql files as well, then the diff is not rendering due to this bug.

Please feel free to let me know if you're using a different encoding for these files.

Kind regards,
Theodora

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