I do Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check for living, I work with the SSMS most of the time. When start our consulting we start by looking at the Server and later on focus on the queries. Most of the time the queries are very complex and not easy to navigate. Additionally, I am usually new to the environment, I often struggle to remember the changes which we have done to the stored procedure and in this situation, the Split Screen of SSMS really comes very helping.
In this blog post, we will start learning how we can do split screen of SQL Server Management Studio to get maximum efficiency while we are working with long queries.
Here are a few associated blog posts which you may find interesting.
- Nonclustered Primary Key – SQL in Sixty Seconds #119
- When was Stored Procedure Last Compiled? – Interview Question of the Week #292
- Recent Execution of Stored Procedure – SQL in Sixty Seconds #118
- Full-Screen Execution Plan – SQL in Sixty Seconds #117
- Recover Crashed Query in SSMS – SQL in Sixty Seconds #116
- Activity Monitor and Running Query – SQL in Sixty Seconds #115
- Email an Execution Plan – SQL in Sixty Seconds #114
- Execution Plan – Estimated vs Actual – SQL in Sixty Seconds #113
- What Happens If the Clustered Index is Disabled? – Interview Question of the Week #291
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Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)
Awesome! It was always right in front of my face and I never noticed it. Thank you!!!