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How to disable case sensititive?

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Hi,

Can someone pls tell me how to disable case sensitive in ASE.

Radeep.
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by:herrmann1001
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Case sensitivity is set on the server when the sort order is selected
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by:CYRI
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What is the sort order that needsto  be selected?
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Depending upon the language charset you have selected, you can set the sort order. See table 7-5 on page 272 of Sybase Admin Guide Vol 1 (ASE 12.5).
http://download.sybase.com/pdfdocs/asg1250e/sag1.pdf
It supports "Dictionary order, case insensitive, accent sensitive" for English.

You can use following to set.
sp_configure "default sortorder id",sortorderid

sp_helpsort to see the current sortid.

Try 'nocase' or 'nocasep' which is available for UTF-8.

Check all sort order ids from
"select name,csid,id from syscharsets" to choose the right sort order for case insensitivity.
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