Getting the Last Actual Execution Plan for a Query

Pedro Lopes takes us through a new dynamic management function in SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.4:

In CTP 2.4 not all actual execution plans will be available, you can see more details on that here.

For an upcoming CTP version, all queries will be available with the equivalent of the actual execution plan. At least those where the plan was cached in the first place, or those where the plan has not been evicted from cache.

That caveat aside, I’m happy with this.

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