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SQL server and international characters

By D.C. ·
How does SQL server treat international characters such as the E'(actually an E with the apostrophe above it)?
New to SQL, but this kills data imports on the AS400

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by D.C. In reply to SQL server and internatio ...

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by jclaverie In reply to SQL server and internatio ...

using a character set, the administrator can precise it at installation time.
You can see the current charset on the error log (using SQL Server Enterprise Manager).
Just one problen for me, to change the charset you must reinstall SQL Server.

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by D.C. In reply to SQL server and internatio ...

more specific pls

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