Is there a way to see how a query would be or could be reorganized to perform better but have the same results. I have a SQL query that is in a stored procedure that takes < 4 seconds to run for a large amount of data via a stored procedure in SQL Server 2008 however when the database is changed to SQL CE DB instance running it takes nearly 3 minutes (no stored procedures are allowed there). I'm wondering if the stored procedure reorganizes the query in a special way that could be recreated as in-line SQL.
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