I connected to your SQL Server and it didn't matter whether I had
"Use International Settings" on or not. Both worked fine w/out
erroring here. I'm guessing it could be the backend SQL Server.
Remember we have some wierd problems befure with just the US
backend and German client.
> 1. If SQL server is not localized, local language (i.e. 'Deutsch') needs
> to be installed from SQL-setup. (*.loc files from CD or MSDN)
> 2. Create a login account with the correct local language for
> Emerald-login. If running SQL in mixed/integrated security mode, have
> the Emerald users mapped to this account.
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