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I have problem in my mfc VC++ app. String data in sql server 2000 database not match language settings in my project. Server settings : Default language is  English , Server collation is SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS. What should I do with my code and project to anable special language characters?
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Marko
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Can you save your strings in the SQL Server 2000 database as UNICODE characters?  It may require you changing the field definition in the table.
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I can't do that because other programs using same database . . .. nvarchar is not suported
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Then I think the answer is it is not possible.
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