Returns a row for each assembly.
Name of the assembly. Is unique within the database.
ID of the principal that owns this assembly.
Assembly identification number. Is unique within a database.
Canonical string that encodes the simple name, version number, culture, public key, and architecture of the assembly. This value uniquely identifies the assembly on the common language runtime (CLR) side.
Permission-set/security-level for assembly.
1 = Safe Access
2 = External Access
3 = Unsafe Access
Description for permission-set/security-level for assembly.
1 = Assembly is visible to register Transact-SQL entry points.
0 = Assembly is intended only for managed callers. That is, the assembly provides internal implementation for other assemblies in the database.
Date the assembly was created or registered.
Date the assembly was modified.
Indicates the source of the assembly.
0 = System-defined assemblies (such as Microsoft.SqlServer.Types for the hierarchyid data type)
1 = User-defined assemblies
In SQL Server 2005 and later versions, the visibility of the metadata in catalog views is limited to securables that a user either owns or on which the user has been granted some permission. For more information, see Metadata Visibility Configuration.