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  1. #1
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    Post Columns in a table

    Hi all,

    I was asked a question:
    How many (maximum) no of colmuns can we have in a table.
    How many (maximum) no of non-clustered indeces can we have.
    How many composite keys do we have in a table

    Thanks


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    Re: Columns in a table

    Hi Mohsin,

    here is the maximum information that u can get.

    Maximum Capacity Speicification for SQL Server 2005

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    Vikas Vaidya

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    Re: Columns in a table

    Quote Originally Posted by mohsink4u View Post
    Hi all,

    I was asked a question:
    How many (maximum) no of colmuns can we have in a table.
    How many (maximum) no of non-clustered indeces can we have.
    How many composite keys do we have in a table

    Thanks


    Maximum for objects in sql server

    Here are some maximum number of different objects in sql server.
    maximum number of character in table name-128
    maximum number of character in column name-128
    maximum number of table columns per select statement -4096
    maximum number of table columns per table-1024
    maximum number of foreign key reference per table-253
    maximum number of column per index-16
    maximum number parameters in stored procedure -1024
    maximum number of columns in view-128


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