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Replace NOT CaseSensitive

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Hi,

Following code I use the replace a string is a field.

UPDATE Communication SET Documentname  = REPLACE(Documentname, @vBasisMapDocumenten, '')

How can I make this Case Insensitive?
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I assume it is not finding the value, right?  

could try this:

UPDATE Communication SET Documentname  = REPLACE(Documentname, @vBasisMapDocumenten, '') SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
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forgot the collate part:

UPDATE Communication SET Documentname  = REPLACE(Documentname, @vBasisMapDocumenten, '') COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
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Thank you all.
Apparently the default for all created databases is Latin1_General_CI_AS which is case insensitive.
My filed had this set to the .
The additional info from the website was very helpfull.

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