Two days ago, I wrote an article SQL SERVER – How to Create Table Variable and Temporary Table? It was a very basic article for beginners. However, to my surprise, I have got tremendous response to that blog post and also got quite a lot of feedback about the it. Out of all these one feedback which stood out was that I did not include discussion about Global Temporary Table. I agree that when I was writing this blog post I did not think of this, but it is never too late to write about any topic. Let us see in this blog post how to create a global temporary table?
Today, I have very interesting scenario to share with all of you. This is a true story which I encountered in my recent Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. It is about a very popular SQL Server setting Optimize for Ad Hoc Workloads.
Every single time when I go for Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check, I get many different questions from the users. However, there are some questions which are very common and I have started to build a list of the such questions so I can share the same with you. Today’s question is about the Stored Procedure Execution Count.
This is a very simple question and indeed many of us know about this one. However, if you are absolutely beginner, you will for sure need help with this one. Let us understand how we can create a table variable and temporary table in this simple tutorial.
This puzzle, I have discovered accidentally. In one of the recent project, I had to display two dates next to each other. Now, when I was doing this, I accidentally did a mistake while I was typing that out. Indeed, this puzzle about strange results when adding two dates.
One of the most popular questions I received during my SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop is how users can run sets of procedure when their SQL Server starts automatically. Today, let us see a simple tutorial to run stored procedure at server startup.
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