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Extended Event Query Post Execution Showplan in SQL Server

Query Post Execution Showplan event is a very useful event to find problematic queries and execution plans based on CPU usage or duration while analyzing performance issues.

It can increase the execution time of all queries by a fraction of a millisecond, irrespective of the total query cost, which means, the overhead of query_post_execution_showplan event is high for cheaper queries compared to expensive queries.

In all cases, one should enable the event on an ad hoc basis and with restrictive predicate to limit the number of events.

The below video demonstrates this with hands-on example. SQLTest Tool simulates the hands-on labs for you, no registration necessary. You can practice the online hands-on example while watching the video.

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Ramesh Meyyappan (www.sqlworkshops.com) is a SQL Server specialist with expertise in Performance Tuning. Ramesh worked at Microsoft Corporation from 1994 to 2004. Nearly half of that time he worked in Redmond in the development teams - specifically as Program Manager in the SQL Server Development Team responsible for optimizing SQL Server product for SAP. Ramesh now offers onsite and offsite consulting and workshops independently as well as by partnering with various Microsoft Subsidiaries. LinkedIn Profile: http://de.linkedin.com/in/rmeyyappan.

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