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I used SET STATISTICS TIME ON to find the execution time of a set of SQL queries. Each time i execute the query, i get a different execution time.

I cleared Cache before each execution. But still i don't get a consistent Execution time. The first time i executed the query and got 39ms as the total execution time. But the next time i executed the same set of queries i got 486ms as execution time. i'm not sure if i'm interpreting it in the wrong way.

What should i do?
Posted 25-Nov-12 23:18pm

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Solution 1

Please use SQL Profiler to check exact time taken for each query..

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