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I was thinking that both formats could store date + time. Then what is the difference between them?

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The official documentation says that timestamp is a synonym for rowversion - it gets generated automatically and assured to be a unique datetime. It's normally a data type that handles dates and times and can be client-specified on insert etc.

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