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Performance wise (view or Temp Table )Which one is better


Performance wise (view or Temp Table )Which one is better

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Hi ,

Table A is having 1 million Records, Table B is having 100 million Records.
I need to show data (for report pupose) from both the tables using join basing conditions.

Which one is better : View or Temp Table (Performance wise)
Please help me in that
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Depends what you are trying to do.

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But with a temp table you would have to load and then read, where as a view would be a read so less going on via a view.

That being said why not a procedure?

What is the structure of the tables?
What is the index definitions on the tables?
What is the joining criteria?
Is there referential integrity between the tables?



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Regular views offer nothing from a performance standpoint. Views are simply replaced by their definition in the query submitted for execution and then optimized as if the query submittor had supplied the entirety of the view-query themselves.

For example, if I have a view named dbo.SomeData defined as:

CREATE VIEW dbo.SomeData
AS
SELECT ColumnName FROM dbo.SomeTable;
GO



and I say

SELECT * FROM dbo.SomeData;



this (in general terms) is what the query engine will eventually optimize after view-replacement is done:

SELECT * FROM (SELECT ColumnName FROM dbo.SomeTable);



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