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Collation inconsistancies


Collation inconsistancies

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hi folks

I’ve had a SQL 2000 server restored (using Veritas 9.1) to another server also running SQL 2000. I now have a collation problem.

When trying to add users to a database, I receive a "Error 446: Cannot resolve collation conflict for equal to operation" message.

I noted that tempdb and user tables collation don’t match - so I was going to change the user tables. However, the master collation doesnt match tempdb, model or msdb.

Server is set to SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
Master - SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
tempdb, model, msdb - Latin1_General_CI_AS

I was under the impression that when tempdb was recreated it inherited the master database's collation? This doesn’t seem to be happening.

any ideas?

much appreciated

N.
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