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Change the server collation in sql server 2005


Change the server collation in sql server 2005

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Dear sir,
i am tring to 'rebuildm' command to chage the database collation.since this command only used for change the collation in sql server 2000. but i want to change the collation for sql server 2005.how can i done this .................?
please reply .very urgent
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rajesh
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Rajesh,

It's changed in SQL 2005, you have to do it through setup. Have a look at this article:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179254.aspx

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