OPTIMIZE FOR Without Parameter Sniffing

Grant Fritchey digs into an interesting combination of settings:

While presenting recently and talking about dealing with bad Parameter Sniffing, I got the question; what happens to OPTIMIZE FOR hints when parameter sniffing is disabled?

This is my favorite kind of question because the answer is simple: I don’t know.

Click through to join Grant in learning what happens.

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