Specifies SQL Server-specific data type of a field, property, for use in a System.Data.SqlClient.SqlParameter.
long. A 64-bit signed integer.
bool. An unsigned numeric value that can be 0, 1, or null.
string. A fixed-length stream of non-Unicode characters ranging between 1 and 8,000 characters.
DateTime. Date and time data ranging in value from January 1, 1753 to December 31, 9999 to an accuracy of 3.33 milliseconds.
decimal. A fixed precision and scale numeric value between -10 -1 and 10 -1.
double. A floating point number within the range of -1.79E +308 through 1.79E +308.
int. A 32-bit signed integer.
decimal. A currency value ranging from -2 (or -9,223,372,036,854,775,808) to 2 -1 (or +9,223,372,036,854,775,807) with an accuracy to a ten-thousandth of a currency unit.
string. A fixed-length stream of Unicode characters ranging between 1 and 4,000 characters.
string. A variable-length stream of Unicode data with a maximum length of 2 - 1 (or 1,073,741,823) characters.
string. A variable-length stream of Unicode characters ranging between 1 and 4,000 characters. Implicit conversion fails if the string is greater than 4,000 characters. Explicitly set the object when working with strings longer than 4,000 characters. Use SqlDbType.NVarChar when the database column is nvarchar(max).
float. A floating point number within the range of -3.40E +38 through 3.40E +38.
DateTime. Date and time data ranging in value from January 1, 1900 to June 6, 2079 to an accuracy of one minute.
short. A 16-bit signed integer.
decimal. A currency value ranging from -214,748.3648 to +214,748.3647 with an accuracy to a ten-thousandth of a currency unit.
string. A variable-length stream of non-Unicode data with a maximum length of 2 -1 (or 2,147,483,647) characters.
Array of type byte. Automatically generated binary numbers, which are guaranteed to be unique within a database. timestamp is used typically as a mechanism for version-stamping table rows. The storage size is 8 bytes.
byte. An 8-bit unsigned integer.
A ssNoVersion user-defined type (UDT).
Guid. A globally unique identifier (or GUID).
Array of type byte. A variable-length stream of binary data ranging between 1 and 8,000 bytes. Implicit conversion fails if the byte array is greater than 8,000 bytes. Explicitly set the object when working with byte arrays larger than 8,000 bytes.
object. A special data type that can contain numeric, string, binary, or date data as well as the SQL Server values Empty and Null, which is assumed if no other type is declared.
An XML value. Obtain the XML as a string using the System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataReader.GetValue(int) method or System.Data.SqlTypes.SqlXml.Value property, or as an System.Xml.XmlReader by calling the System.Data.SqlTypes.SqlXml.CreateReader method.