I will be discussing different aspects of Analyzing SQL Server Query Plans. Today we will discuss Capture Query Plans Using Extended Events and Traces.
To tell you the truth, I didn’t know how to start this article about SQL Profiler vs Extended Events. After all, I decided to take mind off things and to watch a movie. The movie was Iron Man 2. In addition to the brilliant performance of Robert Downie Jr., one phrase stuck in my mind and immediately inspired my writing.
“Don’t get so attached to things, learn to let go.”
~ Iron Man 2 (Robert Downie Jr)
What is better the old reliable SQL Profiler or something new? My personal choice is Extended Events. Why? To deal with Extended Events, we should go back to SQL Profiler and comprehend its work. First, a new trace is created, and information to be traced is noted.
SQL SERVER – Thinking about Deprecated, Discontinued Features and Breaking Changes while Upgrading to SQL Server
In this blog post we Nakul will talk about Thinking about Deprecated, Discontinued Features and Breaking Changes while Upgrading to SQL Server.