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Can someone name the large CLR types for me? Are nvarchar(max), varchar(max) etc. considered large CLR types?
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I think only XML, and spatial data types, geometry and geography, are implemented as CLR in SQL server. All the others are native SQL. The thing with varchar and nvarchar (max) is that they are now used instead of the deprecated image, text and ntext types.
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What i need is the names for those types so I could query sys tables for them
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