What is Character Set Latin in Teradata?

What is Character Set Latin in Teradata?

The Teradata LATIN server character set is an extension of the R2 international character set. This extension is designed to provide support for the ISO 8859-1 (Latin1) and ISO 8859-15 (Latin9) repertoires.

What is Character Set Latin not Casespecific in Teradata?

Teradata – NOT CASESPECIFIC and CASESPECIFIC – Data Type Attributes. NOT CASESPECIFIC (abbreviated form – NOT CS) attribute specifies that string comparison is case-insensitive, while CASESPECIFIC (CS) specifies case-sensitive comparison.

Is Teradata case specific?

Teradata is by default case insensitive. You can force to see the case before any comparison.

What is the difference between Latin and Unicode in Teradata?

LATIN represents fixed 8-bit characters from the ASCII ISO 8859 Latin1 or ISO 8859 Latin9 repertoires. See LATIN Server Character Set. UNICODE represents fixed 16-bit characters from the UNICODE 6.0 standard.

What is ISO Latin 1 character set?

Latin-1, also called ISO-8859-1, is an 8-bit character set endorsed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and represents the alphabets of Western European languages. The remainder of the set contains accented characters and symbols.

Is Teradata is case sensitive?

Teradata by default is case insensitive. Whatever value you compare in the WHERE clause it does not match the exact case of that value.

What is difference between Latin and Unicode?

Latin-1 encodes just the first 256 code points of the Unicode character set, whereas UTF-8 can be used to encode all code points. At physical encoding level, only codepoints 0 – 127 get encoded identically; code points 128 – 255 differ by becoming 2-byte sequence with UTF-8 whereas they are single bytes with Latin-1.

What is the maximum varchar length in Teradata?

32000 characters
The maximum size of a varchar column in a Unicode Teradata database is 32000 characters.

What is ISO Latin-1 character set?