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Sql server 2000 table accent characters are getting corrupted


Sql server 2000 table accent characters are getting corrupted

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Hi,

I have a look up table that gets updated only occasionally by sql scripts.
This table has look up data like country names etc and mostly data is retrieved from the table and the only time inserts are done if we have some new translations of country names in a new language.

The data has nvarchar columns and whenever we insert new data into the table using sql scripts we use N'

So far twice it has happened that the accents in the country names in languages like Spanish and German have got corrupted.
Ex: Canadá -> Canadß in spanish.

The data in spanish was not updated at all, what could cause this implicit accent data corruption?

Any help or guidance here would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

jbhan
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