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Use Dynamic Management Views

Use Dynamic Management Views: Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Databases
Use Dynamic Management Views: Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Databases

Dynamic Management Views, or DMVs, return information about the state of the SQL Server instance. In this video, Adam demonstrated that to use them, you simply create a SELECT statement to pull out the relevant columns.

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Big Data IT SQL Server

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