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e xercise 2
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Tune the Query by Using Clustered Indexes
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In this exercise, you optimize the query by modifying the primary key constraints to be nonclustered indexes and then creating appropriate clustered indexes.
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Open SSMS, if necessary, and connect to the appropriate instance of SQL Server 2008. In a new query window, type and execute the following SQL statements to create the TestDB database, the Test schema, and the two tables that are used in this exercise:
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CREATE DATABASE TestDB; GO
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USE TestDB; GO
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Lesson 2: Creating Indexes
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CREATE SCHEMA Test; GO
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SELECT * INTO Test.SalesOrderHeader FROM AdventureWorks.Sales.SalesOrderHeader; GO
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SELECT * INTO Test.SalesOrderDetail FROM AdventureWorks.Sales.SalesOrderDetail; GO
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderHeader ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderHeader PRIMARY KEY(SalesOrderID); GO
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderDetail ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderDetail PRIMARY KEY(SalesOrderDetailID);
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statements to modify the primary key constraint on the Test.SalesOrderHeader table to become a nonclustered index and then create an appropriate clustered index for the query:
-- Modify the PK to be a non-clustered index. ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderHeader DROP CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderHeader;
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderHeader ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderHeader PRIMARY KEY NONCLUSTERED (SalesOrderID);
-- Create the clustered index. CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX CluIdx ON Test.SalesOrderHeader (TerritoryID, CustomerID);
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statements to modify the primary key constraint on the Test.SalesOrderDetail table to become a nonclustered index and then create an appropriate clustered index for the query:
-- Modify the PK to be a non-clustered index. ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderDetail DROP CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderDetail;
Techniques to Improve Query Performance
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderDetail ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderDetail PRIMARY KEY NONCLUSTERED (SalesOrderDetailID);
-- Create the clustered index. CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX CluIdx ON Test.SalesOrderDetail (SalesOrderID);
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Turn on the Actual Execution Plan feature in SSMS by pressing Ctrl+M or by selecting Include Actual Execution Plan from the Query menu. In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to turn on the reporting of page reads:
SET STATISTICS IO ON;
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement:
SELECT soh.CustomerID ,SUM(sod.OrderQty * sod.UnitPrice) AS TotalPurchases FROM Test.SalesOrderHeader AS soh INNER JOIN Test.SalesOrderDetail AS sod ON sod.SalesOrderID = soh.SalesOrderID WHERE soh.TerritoryID = 1 GROUP BY soh.CustomerID;
Record the total cost of the query. Record the total number of page reads for the query.
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to clean up after this exercise:
USE master; DROP DATABASE TestDB;
e xercise 3
Tune the Query by Using Covered Nonclustered Indexes
In this exercise, you optimize the query by creating covered nonclustered indexes.
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Open SSMS, if necessary, and connect to the instance of SQL Server 2008 running on your machine. In a new query window, type and execute the following SQL statements to create the TestDB database, the Test schema, and the two tables that are used in this exercise:
CREATE DATABASE TestDB; GO
USE TestDB; GO
Lesson 2: Creating Indexes
CREATE SCHEMA Test; GO
SELECT * INTO Test.SalesOrderHeader FROM AdventureWorks.Sales.SalesOrderHeader; GO
SELECT * INTO Test.SalesOrderDetail FROM AdventureWorks.Sales.SalesOrderDetail; GO
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderHeader ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderHeader PRIMARY KEY(SalesOrderID); GO
ALTER TABLE Test.SalesOrderDetail ADD CONSTRAINT PKSalesOrderDetail PRIMARY KEY(SalesOrderDetailID);
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to create the covered nonclustered index that will be used by the query when accessing the Test.SalesOrderHeader table:
CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX TestIndex ON Test.SalesOrderHeader (TerritoryID, SalesOrderID) INCLUDE (CustomerID);
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to create the covered nonclustered index that will be used by the query when accessing the Test.SalesOrderDetail table:
CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX TestIndex ON Test.SalesOrderDetail (SalesOrderID) INCLUDE (OrderQty, UnitPrice);
5. 6.
Turn on the Actual Execution Plan feature in SSMS by pressing Ctrl+M or by selecting Include Actual Execution Plan from the Query menu. In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to turn on the reporting of page reads:
SET STATISTICS IO ON;
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement:
SELECT soh.CustomerID ,SUM(sod.OrderQty * sod.UnitPrice) AS TotalPurchases
Techniques to Improve Query Performance
FROM Test.SalesOrderHeader AS soh INNER JOIN Test.SalesOrderDetail AS sod ON sod.SalesOrderID = soh.SalesOrderID WHERE soh.TerritoryID = 1 GROUP BY soh.CustomerID;
Record the total cost of the query. Record the total number of page reads for the query.
In the existing query window, type, highlight, and execute the following SQL statement to clean up after this exercise:
USE master; DROP DATABASE TestDB;
e xercise 4
Tune the Query by Implementing an Indexed View
In this exercise, you optimize the query by creating an indexed view to cover the query.
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Open SSMS, if necessary, and connect to the appropriate instance of SQL Server 2008. In a new query window, type and execute the following SQL statements to create the TestDB database, the Test schema, and the two tables that are used in this exercise:
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