If you're trying to export data in Windows to a UTF-8 format you may be wondering which code page you should use. Well the riddle is solved. Code Page 65001 is the equivalent of UTF-8. If you need to create an SSIS package to export data as UTF-8 for consumption by a unix system you should take a look at the post SSIS Export To UTF-8 or UNIX (or how to set your code page to output a flat file for unix).
By Phil Steffek
Phil Steffek is a professional sumo wrestler who is hoping to represent the U.S. in the next Olympics. During the off season Phil is a Data Architect working on transactional databases, data warehouse implementations, and all aspects of business intelligence. Also, Phil is not really a sumo wrestler. You can get to know a bit more about my non-sumo doings by checking out my LinkedIn PageView all of Phil Steffek's posts.