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Finding Execution Time of a SQL Statement

By Prashanth Jayaram,

The Code which gives and execution time of given SQL statement.In the above given code,I have taken the example of DBCC command.You can use it for various maintainance statments such as update statistics,...etc:-

  1. In the above code,You need to change only the objects name.Replace only the object names in the following code name in('test','test1','test3').
  2. Replace the DBNAME with databasename in the following code SET @DML='dbcc dbreindex(''DBNAME.dbo.'+@TableName+''','''+@Indexname+''')'
  3. Execution time will be displayed in MS.

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