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How many tables a database can hold?
Posted 28-Dec-12 0:07am
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Solution 1

Depends on the database, and the version of it. (But it's rarely as simple an answer as "it can hold N tables")
For Sql Server, the info is here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143432.aspx[^]
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@AmitGajjar 28-Dec-12 5:43am
   
5+ , you are right its very rare case when we reach to threshold. and i called it as worst design of the database.
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Hi ,
Depends on the database, and the version of it.
 
for your information remember this valuable points
 

<pre lang="vb">SQLServer Strengths
    * One instance can maintain 32,767 databases
    * One database can contain 2 billion tables
    * One table can support up to 1024 columns
    * Single table supports unlimited data (or) unlimited rows up to hard-disk capacity</pre>
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