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Temp Table Caching in SQL Server

SQL Server caches temporary objects (temporary tables and table variables), that are created in a stored procedure. Temporary objects that are created either in dynamic SQL statement or by using sp_executesql are not cached. Temp table caching can lead to better performance by reducing Tempdb Allocation Contention. SQL Server will not cache temporary table in certain cases, for example, if a DDL operation is performed on the temporary table (dropping temporary table is not a problem), or if a named constraint is created on the temporary table.

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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