And that my friends is only the waits associated with the one query. TA-DA indeed!
Now, we could get into filtering this stuff too. Toss the ones that have little to no duration, ensure that I only capture for a specific query or procedure, all would be helpful. However, this is how you can easily identify just the waits associated with a single query, and only that query.
Click through to see how. The one thing I’d caution here is that the query which received waits isn’t necessarily the query in the wrong—it might be the fourth or fifth session in a blocking chain. But this is a great technique for getting additional per-query info when you can control the experiment.