USING @@MAX_CONNECTIONS VARIABLE

Posted on : 20-06-2011 | By : Devi Prasad | In : SQL SERVER VARIABLES, SQLServerPedia Syndication

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@@MAX_CONNECTIONS Returns the maximum number of simultaneous user connections allowed on an instance of SQL Server. The number returned is not necessarily the number currently configured.

Syntax:

SELECT MAX_CONNECTIONS

Output for the Above query would give the following depending up on your server:

Return Type of @@MAX_CONNECTIONS is integer

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@@MAX_CONNECTIONS is not working in sql azure so can we give another query for sql azure

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