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    Unanswered: NOCASE attribute

    Does someone could explain me the NOCASE attribute in the order by line?

    I cant find that anywhere.

    Thanks a lot,
    venusgirrl

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    I read that article, bui i couldnt understand clearly for what is the NOCASE attribute.

    Thank you,
    venus

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    The NOCASE attribute means that Upper/Lower case are considered the same.

    Consider the strings "This is a test" and "this is a test". On a server that is case sensitive, those are different. On a server that is not case sensitive (in other words sp_server_info shows NOCASE on line 18), those strings are considered to be the same.

    -PatP

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    Thanks you !!!!!!! )))

    venus

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