When writing emails or online text, it's become common to see UPPER CASE TEXT AS A FORM OF SHOUTING.
Yet I see IT systems every day that still have text that humans are meant to read in all upper-case or all lower-case. Please don't do that to your users.
But how do you fix text like that? We have a tool for that.
The SDU Tools collection has a ProperCase function and a TitleCase function that you can use in T-SQL and stop your SQL Server based applications from shouting at your users.
ProperCase and TitleCase only really differ in how filler words are treated (ie are they capitalized or not). Note the differences shown here:
You can see them in action here:
You can find out more about our free SDU Tools here: