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Most SQL Servers are installed with the Case-insensitive setting. This causes the SQL Filter in Data Migrator to pick up records when two columns are compared and one of the column contains the same string as the other but with different case. ---- We can change the so called collation in SQL with the "Collate SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CS_AS" in the WHERE clause of the SQL statement. This changes the collation from Case Insensitive to Case Sensitive. This of course is an illegal entry in the Data Migrator Filter window. Has anyone changed Collation in Data Migrator when dealing with SQL Server? thnx
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