220.127.116.11.2 Collation Rule Definition
The collation rule is used to specify collation information for character data or metadata describing character data.<9> This is typically specified as part of the LOGIN7 message or part of a column definition in server results containing character data. For more information about column definition, see COLMETADATA.
LCID = 20BIT fIgnoreCase = BIT fIgnoreAccent = BIT fIgnoreWidth = BIT fIgnoreKana = BIT fBinary = BIT fBinary2 = BIT fUTF8 = BIT ColFlags = fIgnoreCase fIgnoreAccent fIgnoreKana fIgnoreWidth fBinary fBinary2 fUTF8 FRESERVEDBIT Version = 4BIT SortId = BYTE COLLATION = LCID ColFlags Version SortId
A SQL collation is one of a predefined set of sort orders. The sort orders are identified with non-zero SortId values described by [MSDN-SQLCollation].
For a SortId==0 collation, the LCID bits correspond to a LocaleId as defined by the National Language Support (NLS) functions. For more details, see [MS-LCID].