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Temporary Tables vs. Table Variables and Their Effect on SQL Server Performance

, 28 May 2007
Determining SQL Server performance for temporary tables and and table variables.
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Dmitry Tsuranoff

Russian Federation Russian Federation
Born in 1968, Dmitry Tsuranoff is SQL professional who addresses issues and problems from the perspective of both a database developer and a DBA. He has worked in the United States, France and Russia. Currently, he is employed as Systems Architect and Team Manager at Lakeside Technologies, developer of high-performance Lakeside SQL Server Tools.
 
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