An Overview of User-defined SQL Server Types. An Overview of System Data Types. SQL Server supports various data types for storing different kinds of data. These data types store characters, ... CLR and Spatial data types. This article gives an overview of User-defined SQL Server Types.
In this article, we will explore User-defined SQL Server Types and their usage.
SQL Server supports various data types for storing different kinds of data. These data types store characters, numeric, decimal, string, binary, CLR and Spatial data types. Once you connect to a database in SSMS, you can view these data types by navigating to Programmability-> Types->System Data Types.
Here the data types are in different groups.
You can explore my earlier article An Overview of SQL Server Datatypes for understanding these data types and their ranges.
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