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How much no of columns can we defined in a database table in different type of database like sql erver, ms access, my sql and so on.
Is there any limits of defining columns in any database table and limits of inserting rows in a table.
Posted 19-Oct-12 23:17pm
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I suspect this is homework, but it can't be answered too exactly anyway, as it depends on the version in many cases anyway:
For SQL server prior to 2008, it was limited to 1024, after that Wide Tables were introduced which increased it to 30000 columns.
I suggest that your best approach would be to start with Google - it's not exactly a difficult research project!
Member 8821727_GhostAnswer at 20-Oct-12 4:34am
Thanks for reply.

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