In yesterday’s post, we covered some of the basics of designing nonslustered indexes to make queries go faster, but sometimes those aren’t quite enough.
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Here’s the intro to filtered indexes
Here are the demos:
Here’s the intro to indexed views:
Here are the demos for indexed views:
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