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Mar
18
comment SSMS connection string
What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Are you looking for guidance on how to connect an application to a SQL Server instance much like SSMS does?
Mar
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
17
answered cannot see logins subfolder
Mar
17
revised A constant scan takes either 0 seconds or 2-3 minutes
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Mar
17
answered A constant scan takes either 0 seconds or 2-3 minutes
Mar
13
awarded  performance
Mar
12
answered Is bulk-logged recovery model ever a good choice if point-in-time restore is not needed?
Mar
7
comment SQL Server 2012 Not matching Join Query
It looks like the relationship between those two tables is foggy at best. How flexible is the current structure?
Mar
7
comment Backups in Availability Groups
You need to first verify that your secondary replica is in a SYNCHRONIZING state.
Mar
7
revised Backups in Availability Groups
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Mar
7
comment Can not ping Always On listener from outside primary node
Are you sure that the hostname is resolving to the right IP address, or resolving at all? That would be my first verification.
Mar
6
comment Frequent Delete & Insert, impact on performance
That's not what I was getting at. It indeed will be dependent on the operations, but in order to see at the magnitude we'd really need to see the table.
Mar
6
comment Frequent Delete & Insert, impact on performance
Fragmentation will really depend on the structure of the table in question. If possible, can you put the DDL for the table creation in your question?
Mar
4
revised GO After every T-SQL statement
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Mar
3
revised GO After every T-SQL statement
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Mar
3
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
1
revised GO After every T-SQL statement
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Mar
1
comment GO After every T-SQL statement
@MartinSmith My testing is verifying that those combined statements would still be one batch. Were you expecting something different?
Mar
1
revised Significant PLE Drop
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