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Change Collation Sequence

Is there a possibility to change the current collation sequence for
all objects in a database ? I know it is possible to change the
collation sequence of a database, but that only affects new tables
etc.

Is there a stored procedure to do this ?

Greetings Sjaak
Jul 20 '05 #1
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