Character Map Transformation Editor


Applies To: SQL Server 2016

Use the Character Map Transformation Editor dialog box to select the string functions to apply to column data and to specify whether mapping is an in-place change or added as a new column.

To learn more about the Character Map transformation, see Character Map Transformation.

Available Input Columns
Use the check boxes to select the columns to transform using string functions. Your selections appear in the table below.

Input Column
View input columns selected from the table above. You can also change or remove a selection by using the list of available input columns.

Specify whether to save the results of the string operations in place, using the existing column, or to save the modified data as a new column.

New columnSave the data in a new column. Assign the column name under Output Alias.
In-place changeSave the modified data in the existing column.

Select from the list the string functions to apply to column data.

LowercaseConvert to lower case.
UppercaseConvert to upper case.
Byte reversalConvert by reversing byte order.
HiraganaConvert Japanese katakana characters to hiragana.
KatakanaConvert Japanese hiragana characters to katakana.
Half widthConvert full-width characters to half width.
Full widthConvert half-width characters to full width.
Linguistic casingApply linguistic rules of casing (Unicode simple case mapping for Turkic and other locales) instead of the system rules.
Simplified ChineseConvert traditional Chinese characters to simplified Chinese.
Traditional ChineseConvert simplified Chinese characters to traditional Chinese.

Output Alias
Type an alias for each output column. The default is Copy of followed by the input column name; however, you can choose any unique, descriptive name.

Configure Error Output
Use the Configure Error Output dialog box to specify error handling options for this transformation.

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