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I created a database in ASA 12 with default collection ISO1LATIN1 but I detected that I'm not able to save the euro sign (€). I think that I need to change the charset to 152LATIN1 (code page 1252). Does there exist some way to do that without creating a new database and unload/reload procedure?


asked 29 Mar '12, 11:47

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Jesus Campos
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edited 29 Mar '12, 13:04

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No, you cannot change the collation of a database without unload/reload.

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answered 29 Mar '12, 11:52

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Thanks for reply!

(30 Mar '12, 06:26) Jesus Campos
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