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'Debugging Query' for a long time...


'Debugging Query' for a long time...

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I am trying to run a simple select query in SQL Server 2008 that I have run many, many times in SQL 2000 and it appears to be stuck 'debugging query' for about 7 minutes now. Should I be doing something differently??? This is a new server and a new installation of SQL so I may have missed something. Thank you in advance for your help!!!
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Have you checked statistics, execution plans, indexes? Have you checked for blocking? Do you have any traces running?


Please provide the query and actual execution plan - better answers could be provided after that.

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I was able to get it to run by clicking on 'Debug' then 'Continue' on the menu bar. Is there some way to bypass the 'Debug' step??? I don't remember that step from the class that I took.
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Did you add any breakpoints?

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No...the query is
SELECT * from Table where ColumnName = 'Y'
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There should have been no need to hit continue on the query.



EDIT: fixed typo.

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Please forgive my ignorance but I don't know what you mean...what 'node'???
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Typo

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I see...that's what I thought. Maybe I did something wrong during the install or maybe there is something that I need to turn off to prevent this from happening again??? I just tested a couple of other simple select queries and it happens on all of them.
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In SSMS, are you pressing the Green Triangle, or the Red Exclamation Point?

The Green Triangle is to run in Debug mode, the Red Exclamation Point executes the query. You want to do the Red Exclamation Point...;-)

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Links: For better assistance in answering your questions, How to ask a question, Performance Problems, Common date/time routines,
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