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updating 1,000 records takes 5-6 minutes I would like to decrease the time that takes Expand / Collapse
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Posted Tuesday, January 19, 2010 7:03 AM
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Very good advice. I love this site and the books offered for free have helped my knowledge tremendously. Dissecting SQL Execution Plans.... Perfect for tuning SQL.
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And I thought I was hard done by because a 1.5 million record update took 15 seconds!

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itsmeman (1/19/2010)
Very good advice. I love this site and the books offered for free have helped my knowledge tremendously. Dissecting SQL Execution Plans.... Perfect for tuning SQL.



Can we get those items that Gail and Lynn requested?


Execution Plans (actual)
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DML

It will really improve the ability to provide you with some tuning help.




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itsmeman (1/5/2010)
what advice would you all have to not using cursors if you
have sensitive data that needs to be checked to maintain its integrity?
I believe that SQL 2000 had a technology called 'Foreign Keys' to enforce something it called 'referential integrity.' Check constraints, triggers and even data types were available back then.
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itsmeman (1/5/2010)
what advice would you all have to not using cursors if you
have sensitive data that needs to be checked to maintain its integrity?
I believe that SQL 2000 had a technology called 'Foreign Keys' to enforce something it called 'referential integrity.' Check constraints, triggers and even data types were available back then.


Back then?

Let me break some news for you. FK "technology" can be traced back in time much closer to the big bang than SS2000. You are correct, there is something -we crazy people- call "referential integrity"


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