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How can I change the collation of an existing view?

Posted on 2008-10-15
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Is there a way to change the collation of a view?

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by:jorge_toriz
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CREATE VIEW GetProducts
AS
    SELECT ProductID, Name FROM Production.Product
GO
ALTER VIEW GetProducts
AS
    SELECT ProductID, Name COLLATE Modern_Spanish_CS_AS FROM Production.Product
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by:JeffAA
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This appears to alter the collation for the field [name]. I'm trying to change the collation for the entire view.
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There isn't another way to do it... unless changing the collation of your database
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