Self-Joins Versus Key Lookups

Erik Darling takes us through an interesting scenario:

Like most tricks, this has a specific use case, but can be quite effective when you spot it.

I’m going to assume you have a vague understanding of parameter sniffing with stored procedures going into this. If you don’t, the post may not make a lot of sense.

Or, heck, maybe it’ll give you a vague understanding of parameter sniffing in stored procedures.

This was new to me.

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