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Is there a way in which I can find out which sql execution/query plan uses which index?

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Is there a way in which I can find out which sql execution/query plan uses which index?
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Bhavesh Shah earned 500 total points
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Hi,

In your SSMS toolbar, there is one option.
execution plan.
by enabling that you can checkout which index is used.

- Bhavesh
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fyi.


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thanks
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