Thursday, June 4, 2015

get the sql server version

 We can get the sql server version by using this query :

DECLARE @ver nvarchar(128);
SET @ver = CAST(serverproperty('ProductVersion') AS nvarchar);
SET @ver = SUBSTRING(@ver, 1, CHARINDEX('.', @ver) - 1)

IF ( @ver = '7' )
   SELECT 'SQL Server 7'
ELSE IF ( @ver = '8' )
   SELECT 'SQL Server 2000'
ELSE IF ( @ver = '9' )
   SELECT 'SQL Server 2005'
ELSE IF ( @ver = '10' )
   SELECT 'SQL Server 2008/2008 R2'
ELSE IF ( @ver = '11' )
   SELECT 'SQL Server 2012'
ELSE
SELECT 'Unsupported SQL Server Version'
  

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