The Forced Parameterization Extended Events That Don’t Work In SQL Server

Busted Up


There are a couple Extended Events that I was really excited about adding to sp_HumanEvents, but try as I might they wouldn’t fire off anything. Ever.

Why was I excited? Because they would tell us why forced parameterization wasn’t used.

SQL Server Extended Events
cool! great. wait, no.

The thing is, they only work if you know someone who isn’t Australian and they know how to change memory bits in WinDbg.

So like. Don’t bother with them for now.

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One thought on “The Forced Parameterization Extended Events That Don’t Work In SQL Server

  1. You could always kidnap Paul White and stash him in Wisconsin or some other cheese-infested hell. Even France.

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