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LongestRunningQueries.vbs

By Aaron West,

This SQL 2005-only VBS script will show the longest-running queries on a given server, complete with graphical .sqlplan when clicked. Results go to a web page, viewed from the local machines's temp directory.

Each row of the resulting table has the session ID, the currently running statement of the batch, a link to a text file containing the full text for the SQL batch running (all statements), and a link to a page containing a .sqlplan file which loads the full query plan into SSMS when clicked. I have found it very interesting for analyzing long-running queries.

One problem: sometimes I get a "timeout" error when running this. Perhaps I need to change ADO's connection or query timeouts. I added a Connect Timeout=120, below, in case that helps.

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