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Where can I found Czech language support for MSSQL? How to install it?
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When you install MS SQL Server you are prompted to choose character set and sort order in your case  the character set is ANSI 1250 - it support Czhech  lnguage. Very detailed explanation on use of code pages ,locales sort orders and character sets you can find in  MS SQL Server Development KIT article
Developing International Database Applications Using MS SQL Server"
 ( By the way, it is  possible to change character set or sort order only by reinstalling SQL Server and reloading all databases. So think twice when  you choose )
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