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Posted By: Sarita Patel     Category: SQL Server     Views: 3813

This article explains about @@MAX_CONNECTIONS function in sql server with examples.

@@MAX_CONNECTIONS function is used to get maximum number of simultaneous user connections allowed on sql server. 

The actual number of user connections allowed also depends on the version of SQL Server installed and the limitations of your applications and hardware.

To reconfigure SQL Server for fewer connections you can use sp_configure. The number returned is not necessarily the number currently configured. 

Syntax of @@MAX_CONNECTIONS Function :


Return type of @@MAX_CONNECTIONS function is integer.

Examples of @@MAX_CONNECTIONS Function :

Example 1 : Use of @@MAX_CONNECTIONS function in select clause



Above example returns number of simultaneous user connections allowed on sql server. 

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