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is there any sp_ ???? database that can give me the collate of my database?

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Hello guys,

I need to get the collate of my database, how to do that?

Is there any sp_collate that can return all collate in SQL?

Thanks
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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fn_helpcollations ()
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SELECT * FROM ::fn_helpcollations ()
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Take a look at

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187963.aspx

good explanation and syntax
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ok, and How can i get the colate of my database?
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sp_HelpDB 'urDBName'  

and check for the status column
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