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I read through the following post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1716798/sql-server-2008-ordering-by-datetime-is-too-slowhttps://stackoverflow.com/questions/1716798/sql-server-2008-ordering-by-datetime-is-too-slow but there is more going on with the client/server than what is begin described here.

I read through the following post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1716798/sql-server-2008-ordering-by-datetime-is-too-slow but there is more going on with the client/server than what is begin described here.

I read through the following post: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1716798/sql-server-2008-ordering-by-datetime-is-too-slow but there is more going on with the client/server than what is begin described here.

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I should also note that we did look up the query plans for both the functioning, and non-functioning queries. They are both reused appropriately based upon the execution count. Flushing the cached plans and re-running does not change the success of the query.

I should also note that we did look up the query plans for both the functioning, and non-functioning queries. They are both reused appropriately based upon the execution count. Flushing the cached plans and re-running does not change the success of the query.

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