Last updated on March 30th, 2023 at 07:01 pm
Below is a full list of SQL Server version numbers dating from version 7.0 through to the current 2016 RTM release.
|Codename||RTM||Service Pack 1||Service Pack 2||Service Pack 3||Service Pack 4|
|SQL Server 2016||NA||13.0.1601.5|
|SQL Server 2014||SQL14||12.0.2000.8||12.0.4100.1||12.0.5000.0|
|SQL Server 2012||Denali||11.0.2100.60||11.0.3000.0||11.0.5058.0||11.0.6020.0|
|SQL Server 2008 R2||Kilimanjaro||10.50.1600.1||10.50.2500.0||10.50.4000.0||10.50.6000.34|
|SQL Server 2008||Katmai||10.0.1600.22||10.0.2531.0||10.0.4000.0||10.0.550.0||10.0.6000.29|
|SQL Server 2005||Yukon||9.0.1399.06||9.0.2047||9.0.3042||9.0.4035||9.0.5000|
|SQL Server 2000||Shiloh||8.0.194||8.0.384||8.0.532||8.0.760||8.0.2039|
|SQL Server 7.0||Sphinx||7.0.623||7.0.699||7.0.842||7.0.961||7.0.1063|
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