Finding Current Session Options In SQL Server

Kevin Feasel

2019-01-29

T-SQL

Max Vernon has a helpful script to tell you if, for example, ANSI_NULLS is on:

SQL Server can be configured to provide certain behavior to client sessions, via the SET OPTIONS= command, or via the sys.sp_configure 'user options' system stored procedure. The SET OPTIONS= command only affects the current session, whereas the sys.sp_configure 'user options' system stored procedure configures the default values for all future user sessions.

Click through for the script, which even contains a quick description of each option.

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