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SQL has different sort orders. Different applications require different sort orders, although most just use default. The fact that you are unsure what I am asking tells me that it is probably just using the default SQL Order that you get when you install SQL.
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I am not sure because I am not a developer and I have to admit, this is a first time in 2 years that I hear this question, so it really caught me unprepared (which is generally hard to do) but yes, most likely default setting is what we are using - I see no reason for us to overwrite defaults around sorting.