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Object Execution StatisticsReport


Object Execution StatisticsReport

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Hi,

IN SQL Server 2005, we have Object Execution Statistics Report. I would like to know from where does the information gets fetched or is there any table in which the information of the reports gets fetched.


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The best thing that you can do is to run profiler at the back end for these kind of requirements while you check that report. This can tell you from where the report is getting data from
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i think sql server collects the data at the back and store them in resource database (a hidden database).
after that, we can pull the data via DMVs.
this is what i guess. Smile
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Thanks for the reply, any idea how to access resource DB and from which table or where we can get the information of the statistics.


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This post from Buck Woody explains the report and there is a link on there that refers to the fact that this is part of the plan cache. You will need to hit the DMV's to get this information. Not sure exactly what ones this is pulling from though. I would run the trace to see what DMV it is using. Post back here with what you find. I know I would be interested.

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