Estimated Execution Plan Temp Table
Estimated Execution Plan with #TempTable
Estimated Execution Plan MS SQL Server
Recently I encountered a problem while trying to understand the performance issues with one of my stored procedures in SQL Server 2008.
This specific stored procedure uses a #tempTable to store some data. It looks like this:
I saw some places online which suggested several things, but the best solution for this was the simplest.
1. Simply comment the "drop table #tempTable" you do at the end of the stored procedure.
2. Run the query (which will save the #tempTable).
3. Click on the Estimated Execution Plan button.
Since you have data in your #tempTable, you can run it freely.
Don't forget to drop this table when you're done.
Hope it helped,
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