MSDN: Index Tuning Wizard for Microsoft SQL Server 2000

By Bill Graziano on 4 October 2000 | 0 Comments | Tags: Performance Tuning, Indexes


This article describes the Index Tuning Wizard in Microsoft SQL Server 2000. The Index Tuning Wizard simplifies the task of identifying which indexes to create in a table and also optionally generates scripts to create them by analyzing a user-supplied workload. Follow the link to MSDN: Index Tuning Wizard for Microsoft SQL Server 2000...

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