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  1. ... 1 In the first example, only the collation needs to be changed. The data should...create a new database using the 1252LATIN1 collation , and move the data from the old database to the new database without...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 05/10/2008

  2. .... What you're interested in is the " Collation " row. Change each collation to utf_general_ci (only for those with an ...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 20/03/2009

  3. on HOS.Code = CTS.Code Compare collation of these columns and do them equal. Or try this on ...

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/03/2012

  4. Use the utf8 character set with a utf8_swedish_ci collation . This will allow international characters but sort them Latin-wise (Latin characters before non-latin ones).

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 15/04/2007

  5. A quick Google turned up the link below. See the second answer. You need to use 'convert to' to change existing data in the table.

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 15/10/2013

  6. UTF-8 is what you want.

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 01/12/2010

  7. Once you have extracted the record from your db, say into "$txt", use htmlentities: $txt = htmlentities ($row['text']); (I assume you are in php)

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/11/2011

  8. Have you checked your event viewer? And have you gone through Technet?

    2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 20/10/2013

  9. I don't believe it can be done with ONE SQL statement, but I may be wrong. Here is a simple PHP script to do the task for you. <?php $DB_HOST = 'localhost'; // The host or domain to your...

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 03/11/2011

  10. utf8_general_ci: faster utf8_unicode_ci: more accurate for sorting

    1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 20/04/2011

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