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sys.internal_tables (Transact-SQL)

Returns one row for each object that is an internal table. Internal tables are automatically generated by SQL Server to support various features. Internal tables do not contain user-accessible data. Internal tables appear in the sys schema.

Column name Data type Description

<Columns inherited from sys.objects>

 

For a list of columns that this view inherits, see sys.objects (Transact-SQL).

internal_type

tinyint

Type of the internal table:

201 = queue_messages

202 = xml_index_nodes

203 = fulltext_catalog_freelist

204 = fulltext_catalog_map

205 = query_notification

206 = service_broker_map

internal_type_desc

nvarchar(60)

Description of the type of internal table:

QUEUE_MESSAGES

XML_INDEX_NODES

FULLTEXT_CATALOG_FREELIST

FULLTEXT_CATALOG_MAP

QUERY_NOTIFICATION

SERVICE_BROKER_MAP

parent_id

int

ID of the parent, regardless of whether it is schema-scoped or not. Otherwise, 0 if there is no parent.

queue_messages = object_id of queue

xml_index_nodes = object_id of the xml index

fulltext_catalog_freelist = fulltext_catalog_id of the full-text catalog

fulltext_index_map = object_id of the full-text index

query_notification, or service_broker_map = 0

parent_minor_id

int

Minor ID of the parent.

xml_index_nodes = index_id of the XML index

queue_messages, fulltext_catalog_freelist, fulltext_index_map, query_notification, or service_broker_map = 0

lob_data_space_id

int

Non-zero value is the ID of data space (filegroup or partition-scheme) that holds the large object (LOB) data for this table.

filestream_data_space_id

int

Reserved for future use.

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