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No worries... I had tried all this before cranking my
initial post, and it sure helps confirm the problem.

Anyway, sounds like making UTF8 the default collation
prior to
creating the tables should be made a requirement in
the install checklist. Would save some headackes.

Thanks!

O.

--- Piotr Szotkowski <caché> wrote:

> Sorry for the confusion. I'm not sure there's an
> easy way
> (a simple SQL command not listing all of the tables
> by name)
> to change the tables' collation once they're
> created. :o(
>
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