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List the value of @@DBTS in all your databases

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The @@DBTS function returns the last-used timestamp value of the current database. A new timestamp value is generated when a row with a timestamp column is inserted or updated. This code below will give you the output for @@DBTS in all the databases on your server

  1. exec sp_msforeachdb 'use ? select ''?'', @@dbts '

In my case the output is the following.

DB Value
master 0x0000000000000FA0
tempdb 0x00000000000007D0
model 0x00000000000007D0
msdb 0x0000000000002EE0
test 0x00000000000007D6
AdventureWorks2008R2 0x0000000000001F40
SSISDB 0x00000000000007D0
ignite 0x00000000000007D0


Contributed by: --SQLDenis 10:54, 8 December 2010 (GMT)

Part of SQL Server Admin Hacks

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