This is a session about cardinality estimation, a phase during query optimization. I presented the session to following user groups.
SQL Server uses a phase during query optimization, called cardinality estimation (CE). This process makes estimates bases on the statistics as to how many rows flow from one query plan iterator to the next. Knowing how CE generates these numbers, will enable you to write better …
I will explain how you can use sp_MSforeachdb stored procedure against READ_WRITE database only.
There are numerous articles on the web about excluding databases using database id or name. Recently I needed a script to run against databases that are part of Always On Availability Groups and in READ_WRITE status. I used the ‘Updateability’ properties of DATABASEPROPERTYEX function.
Here is how I implemented this.
SET NOCOUNT ON EXEC sp_MSForEachDb ' USE [?] IF ''?'' NOT IN (''master'', ''model'', ''msdb'', ''tempdb'', ''Distribution'') IF ((SELECT DATABASEPROPERTYEX(''?'', ''Updateability''))=''read_write'' ) BEGIN ..... ..... END '
I would like to know if you implemented same …