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Wed Nov 27 07:05:18 CET 2013

used as an automatic key for e.G. the caching framework. By setting to
ASCI we could reduce the amount of bytes needed per character by 3
bytes. A 32 character would need 96 bytes less than the current
situation. So more results could be stored in the query cache.

Also this would lead to a smaller index for this column, depending on
the storage engine / database engine.

But having DBAL in mind, my knowledge ends if there is something like
per column collations in other DBMS or even if this is defined in the
SQL-92/SQL-99 Standard. And on which standard is TYPO3 build?

Can someone enlighten me?


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