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Returns the number of connections, or attempted connections, since Microsoft® SQL Server™ was last started.


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Connections are different from users. Applications, for example, can open multiple connections to SQL Server without the user observing the connections.

To display a report containing several SQL Server statistics, including connection attempts, run sp_monitor.

This example shows the number of login attempts as of the current date and time.

SELECT GETDATE() AS 'Today''s Date and Time',
   @@CONNECTIONS AS 'Login Attempts'
Here is the result set:

Today's Date and Time              Login Attempts
---------------------------        ---------------
1998-04-09 14:28:46.940            18
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the connection program in sql server is login attempts

it can easily get this program

in the result the date,time and how have login attempts its easily to get details

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