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FishEye SQL Server Collation

Hello,

Documentation at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Migrating+to+SQL+Serversays"Your database server must be configured to use theLatin1_General_CS_AS collation set".

We currently do not have any SQL Server Instance configured to that collation at the server level.

Do you handle the possibility that the server instance has a difference collation to database, whereby the tempdb will contain a different collation? Or must our server instnace have collation of "Latin1_General_CS_AS" in order to function properly?

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Hi Aarfin, thanks very much for your answer. Quick follow up - does the database support different collation betwen server instance and database?

ie. Server is Latin1_General_CI_AS

Database is Latin1_General_CS_AS.

In procedures where comparisons are required, do tempdb objects get created with specified collation clause?

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AafrinA Rising Star May 04, 2014

Hi Alex,

As mentioned in the documentation, it is best for your database to be configured to use the Latin1_General_CS_AS collation set. Using collation other than the recommend one may cause issue/errors on your instance.

Hi Aarfin, thanks very much for your answer. Quick follow up - does the database support different collation betwen server instance and database?

ie. Server is Latin1_General_CI_AS

Database is Latin1_General_CS_AS.

In procedures where comparisons are required, do tempdb objects get created with specified collation clause?

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