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Query Execution Time


Query Execution Time

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Hi Friends,

I am Execution Some big query In Mangement Studio it will showing around 7min time.

But my clinet is asking what time its execution is starting and Ending time

Know i want Query Execution TIME and Ending Time

what is the best why to find out Time


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ms
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You can use SQL Profiler. Trace the event T-SQL Batch completed and take the start time, end time and duration columns. Duration is in microseconds.

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Hi Friend Thanku for response


i am using SQL profiler but where it is exactly iam not understanding could plz tel me the step wise plz

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ms
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I think that you want the events SQL:BatchCompleted and RPC:completed.

and then make sure that StartTime and EndTime columns as selected.

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DECLARE @EndTime   DATETIME
DECLARE @StartTime DATETIME
SET @StartTime = GETDATE()

--... code here to be measured for duration

SET @EndTime = GETDATE()

PRINT 'StartTime = ' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(30),@StartTime,121)
PRINT ' EndTime = ' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(30),@EndTime,121)
PRINT ' Duration = ' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(30),@EndTime,114) + '(hh:mi:ss:mmm)'



If that doesn't do it, then try SET STATISTICS TIME ON

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Once you have identified the slow running query, you could also utilize the Include Client Statistics button located next to the Include Actual Query Plan in the SSMS(SQL Server Management Studio). Execute the query couple of times and you will be able to get an average execution time for your query

Hope this helps

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