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Collation and nvarchar

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Aloha anyone know if you can turn off 'N' values with collation when creating a database?  
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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all databases have a collation, which by default, match the server's collation.
every table column has a collation, which by default, is the databases' collation (falling back to the server's collation, eventually)

you cannot turn off having a "collation"....

what actually are you trying to do (aka prevent)?
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