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Dear experts,

I'm having a problem with the Euro symbol on my SQLServers which all have characterset 850 and Unicode collation 1033. As far as I can see charset 850 does not contain the symbol, but if I run a query

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Select 'Costs:'+ + convert(money, table1.costs)
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I tried several options but never get the right output. Is there any way of doing it or do I have to change the characterset.

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Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: Columns "Column 44" and "TitleParticulars" cannot convert between unicode and non-unicode string data types.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 45" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_DBTIMESTAMP is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 46" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_DBTIMESTAMP is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 47" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_DBTIMESTAMP is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 48" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_I4 is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 49" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_R8 is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 50" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_R8 is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [SQL Server Destination [174]]: The column "Column 51" can't be inserted because the conversion between types DT_STR and DT_DBTIMESTAMP is not supported.

Error at Data Flow Task [DTS.Pipeline]: "component "SQL Server Destination" (174)" failed validation and returned validation status "VS_ISBROKEN".

Error at Data Flow Task [DTS.Pipeline]: One or more component failed validation.

Error at Data Flow Task: There were errors during task validation.

 (Microsoft.DataTransformationServices.VsIntegration)

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