PowerPivot, you are so insensitive! (case that is)

June 18, 2010 by dennyglee

Working with my compatriots Ayad Shammout (@aashammout) and Peter Myers, we had found out that PowerPivot at times can be really insensitive…in terms of case that is.  That is by default, the collation for PowerPivot is case-insensitive.

For example, if you import the table below:

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