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Hands On Project On Sqlserver

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1. Using the Windows Performance Monitor utility, add a set of counters to the real-time performance monitor display that you consider most relevant to the performance of your SQL Server instance. Document this step by taking a screen shot of the real-time display. Using the Windows Performance Monitor utility enables one to set counters to the real-time performance monitor display that one might consider most relevant to the performance of the SQL Server instance. The following steps shows how to set the monitor. 1. Start window performance monitor Utility as shown. 2. Since SQL Server performance monitor is known as Data Collector Set, Set a new one by double clicking on “ Data Collector Sets” then right-click on “User Defined” and select “New | Data Collector Set” 3. Once there go to manual set up and click “Next” then select the first option and click “next” 4. Once there select the Performance Monitor counters you want to capture 5. Click next ,next to finish Once that is set open MS SERVER STUDIO and SQL PROFILER as shown 6. Open file and connect to the SQL SERVER and start profiling as shown Write your queries and monitor 2. In SQL Server Management Studio, construct a SQL query that uses a SELECT statement and a JOIN clause to query data from both the Customer and Address tables. Analyze the estimated execution plan. SQL Query use HandsOnOne; SELECT C.CustomerID,C.CustomerName,A.AddressID,A.Street FROM Customer C INNER JOIN tbAddress A ON ...
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