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The main reason why Microsoft introduced table variable in SQL Server 2000 is to reduce stored procedure recompilations (a recompilation occurs when the stored procedure execution plan is recreated). Table variables also have a well defined scope (the current procedure or function) and they induce less logging and locking (because their transaction last for a […]

A query plan is a set of steps generated by the database engine to retrieve data. Query plans are produced by the query optimizer¬†from SQL statements. SQL Server automatically caches query plans and try to reuse them whenever possible. For many applications (such as OLTP transactional applications), plan reuse is a very good thing since […]