Emoji In SQL Server

Kevin Feasel

2016-10-03

Bugs

Daniel Janik wants to have a ninja cat riding a T-Rex for a database name:

There it is! The ninja cat database! You can see that even IntelliSense shows the ninja cat. Cool, right? How does it show in Object Explorer?

DOH! There’s obviously something strange going on here. Let’s validate the sys.databases table:

If full emoji support is the thing keeping you from moving to SQL Server, you might have to wait until the next version.

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