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@@SERVICENAME - SERVICENAME Function

Posted By: Sarita Patel     Category: SQL Server     Views: 1828

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

@@SERVICENAME function is used to get name of the registry key under which sql server is running. @@SERVICENAME returns 'MSSQLServer' if the current instance is the default instance. This function returns the instance name if the current instance is a named instance.


Syntax of @@SERVICENAME Function :

@@SERVICENAME

Return type of @@SERVICENAME function is nvarchar.



Examples of @@SERVICENAME Function :

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

SELECT @@SERVICENAME

Output
SQLEXPRESS

Above example returns current service name set for sql server.
  
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