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SQL Server view query slow until refreshed

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I have a view that starts performing slowly when queried via a C# program using LINQ to SQL.  The equivalent query executed in management studio performs fine.  By equivalent I mean that the SQL code that is created by LINQ to SQL is pasted into management studio and executed.

After I run sp_refreshview then the LINQ to SQL C# program performs as well as running the query in management studio.  There have not been any changes to the schema during this period.

Any ideas?
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I suggest adding "OPTION (RECOMPILE)" to any SELECTs from this view and seeing if that solves the problem.

Sounds like you have the equivalent of the "parameter sniffing" issue for stored procs.
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