Can we define collation type at database, rather than server, for FishEye

We're just finishing an evaluation of FishEye (really good product) and am looking at agreeing the final resting place for the database, aiming for MS Sql Server.

Our SQL Servers normally use "Latin1_General_CI_AS" collation, whereas FishEye needs "Latin1_General_CS_AS".

Are we best creating a new server instance for "Latin1_General_CI_AS", or are we able to get away with creating a database with "Latin1_General_CI_AS" collation only?

Probably the first I suspect ...

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Hi Tim,

For your reference, the server requirement for the Fisheye and MSSQL are as mentioned here. As mentioned in the requirement, Your database server must be configured to use the Latin1_General_CS_AS collation set. The following collation type can be set at the database level instead of setting to the whole server and interrupting other database instances within your MSSQL Server.

Thankyou. We've concluded that we'll create a new SQL Server instance with the correct collation type, rather than define at the database. Just to ensure we do not hit any problems in future.

Thanks

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