Database-Level MAXDOP

Daniel Janik shows off setting Maximum Degree of Parallelism settings at the database level in SQL Server 2016:

The Maximum Degree of Parallelism (MAXDOP) can be defined in one of three ways:

  1. Instance Scoped via sp_configure
  2. Database Scoped via database properties
  3. Query Scoped via query option

Which of these trumps the other?

Click through for the answer.

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