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Jul
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comment Slow query execution using ODBC 32
If you are able to, feel free to put the output into your question for further review (most notably the query plan XML and the set_options attribute value).
Jul
9
comment Slow query execution using ODBC 32
My guess is that you're dealing with two different plans, perhaps caused by different statement set options. Here is a discovery query to look at the plans and other related information to get you started in the right direction: select * from sys.dm_exec_cached_plans cp cross apply sys.dm_exec_query_plan(cp.plan_handle) qp cross apply sys.dm_exec_sql_text(cp.plan_handle) st cross apply sys.dm_exec_plan_attributes(cp.plan_handle) pa where st.text not like '%dm_exec_cached_plans%' and st.text like '%VR_ISE_d3_Adressen%' and pa.attribute = 'set_options';
Jul
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revised Slow query execution using ODBC 32
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Jul
8
comment Dealing with large transaction logs in a cluster
What do you mean, "missing files"?
Jul
8
answered Dealing with large transaction logs in a cluster
Jul
8
revised ALTER TABLE … SWITCHing from regular table to partitioned table fails
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Jul
8
comment ALTER TABLE … SWITCHing from regular table to partitioned table fails
+1 on your question. You made it easy to repro and answer, due to DDL you put here. For that, thank you. I wish I could +10 questions like this.
Jul
8
answered ALTER TABLE … SWITCHing from regular table to partitioned table fails
Jul
4
comment tsql to find out sql server alias
I'm with Aaron on this one. Do this discovery outside of T-SQL.
Jul
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Jun
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Jun
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revised Listener pointing to incorrect AlwaysOn Availability Group
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Jun
27
comment Listener pointing to incorrect AlwaysOn Availability Group
Are Instance1 and Instance2 both replicas for both availability groups?
Jun
26
revised What does role db_owner allow
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Jun
26
comment What does role db_owner allow
A member of the db_owner fixed database role will have SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE permissions on the database. Amongst many other permissions, but yes, that's correct.
Jun
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revised What does role db_owner allow
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revised What does role db_owner allow
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Jun
26
answered What does role db_owner allow
Jun
26
revised Virtual Log Files (VLFs) Fragmentation
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26
revised Virtual Log Files (VLFs) Fragmentation
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