Adaptive Joins

Erik Darling found a query which triggers an adaptive join in SQL Server 2017 CTP 2:

This probably won’t seem like a big deal soon

But I just got the optimizer to pick an Adaptive Join! It took a few tries to figure out what would cause some guesswork to happen, but here it is.

Erik promises more details are forthcoming as he works out the XML details.

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