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Posted - 2006-02-07 : 04:58:25
hi to all
i want to know that are there any catching system available for the statements which used by applications.When statement is created in server and again request is made for same statemets.
does sql server return the same statements to applications.
it is necessary for me to implements my own catching scheme or something else
thanks in advance



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Posted - 2006-02-07 : 08:29:37
Not sure what you mean.
When a statement is executed the query plan is cached. Futeure statements are checked against the cached plans and the lpan is used if the statement uis sent again.

If you mean is the resultset retained in case the same statement is sent again then no. Reporting services and other clients will do something similar.

Cursors are useful if you don't know sql.
DTS can be used in a similar way.
Beer is not cold and it isn't fizzy.
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Posted - 2006-02-07 : 08:35:53
And If you use Stored Procedure to get data the execution plan is cached so that next retreival will be faster


Failing to plan is Planning to fail
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Posted - 2006-02-07 : 09:50:38
And if you just want to see what SQL an application sends to the database, use Profiler..
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