Performance Surprises and Assumptions : DATEADD()

Published On: April 11, 2016

Categories: Execution Plans, T SQL, Query Plan Analysis 0

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) explores yet another scenario where a date/time function seems to cause the optimizer to behave unexpectedly.

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