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How-doody all. Is there an easy way to identify tables that are not
properly indexed based on how often sessions are performing full table
scans on it?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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How-doody all. Is there an easy way to identify tables that are not
properly indexed based on how often sessions are performing full table
scans on it?

Probably the easiest thing is to trace normal activity on the server with
Profiler, then use that trace as input to the Index Tuning Wizard - that
should give you a starting point.

Jul 20 '05 #2

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