How can I get SQL Server database creation date?

How can I get SQL Server database creation date?

In the Object Explorer in SQL Server Management Studio, go to the database and expand it. Under the Tables folder select the table name. Right click and select Properties from the menu. You will see the created date of the table in the General section under Description.

What are the system databases in SQL Server 2000?

SQL Server mainly contains four System Databases (master,model,msdb,tempdb).

Is SQL Server 2000 still supported?

On 4/9/2013, Extended Support for SQL Server 2000 will come to an end, and SQL Server 2000 will no longer be supported. After this date: Updates to this software will stop and so you will no longer receive patches including security updates. Self-Help Online Support will be available for a minimum of 12 months.

What is the data type for date in SQL?

Date and Time data types

Data type Format Accuracy
date YYYY-MM-DD 1 day
smalldatetime YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss 1 minute
datetime YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss[.nnn] 0.00333 second
datetime2 YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss[.nnnnnnn] 100 nanoseconds

What is SYS database?

sys. Databases is a system catalog view and there are a number of such views under the sys schema. sys. sysDatabases, howeever, are like the old meta data tables that existed in SQL Server 2000 which is still there for backword compatibility reasons.

How many SQL databases are present?

With the rise of Microservices, Cloud, Distributed Applications, Global Scaling, Semi-Structured Data, Big Data, Fast Data, Low Latency Data: the traditional SQL databases are now joined by various NoSQL. NewSQL, and Cloud databases. There are a whopping 343 databases at present.

What is the difference between mainstream end date and extended end date?

Mainstream Support begins when the product is released and extends for a period of time. Then Extended Support follows for a period of time with reduced features.

What is the latest version of SQL Server?

Microsoft SQL Server 2019
The current version is Microsoft SQL Server 2019, released November 4, 2019. The RTM version is 15.0.