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sys.database_filestream_options (Transact-SQL)

 

Updated: June 10, 2016

THIS TOPIC APPLIES TO:yesSQL Server (starting with 2008)noAzure SQL DatabasenoAzure SQL Data Warehouse noParallel Data Warehouse

Displays information about the level of non-transactional access to FILESTREAM data in FileTables that is enabled. Contains one row for each database in the SQL Server instance.

For more information about FileTables, see FileTables (SQL Server).

ColumnTypeDescription
database_idintThe ID of the database. This value is unique within the SQL Server instance.
directory_namenvarchar(255)The database-level directory for all FileTable namespaces.
non_transacted_accesstinyintThe level of non-transactional access to FILESTREAM data that is enabled. The level of access is set by the NON_TRANSACTED_ACCESS option of the CREATE DATABASE or ALTER DATABASE statement.

This setting has one of the following values:

0 – Not enabled. This is the default value. This level is set by providing the value OFF for the NON_TRANSACTED_ACCESS option.

1 – Read-only access. This level is set by providing the value READ_ONLY for the NON_TRANSACTED_ACCESS option.

3 – Full access. This level is set by providing the value FULL for the NON_TRANSACTED_ACCESS option.

5 - In transition to READONLY

6 – In transition to OFF
non_transacted_access_descnvarchar(60)The description of the level of non-transactional access identified in non_transacted_access.

This setting has one of the following values:

NONE – This is the default value.

READ_ONLY

FULL

IN_TRANSITION_TO_READ_ONLY

IN_TRANSITION_TO_OFF

Enable the Prerequisites for FileTable

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