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SQL:  How to Create an Explain Plan

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How do you create an explain plan (.sqlplan file) for a T-SQL query?

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Query | Include Execution Plan menu
Query | Execute menu
Click on Execution plan tab
File | Save Execution Plan As ... menu.
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Is there a way to do this, without having to run the SQL query?  The query has been running for four hours, now.

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Disregard....I figured it out.  Thanks, for your help!

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