How does SQL Server 2008 parse the following example? Does it first build all the relationships in the JOIN statement, and then record by record starts looking at the conditions in the WHERE clause?
For example, it starts with record 1, and first checks if T1.Age > 25. If true, it checks the next condition in the where clause. If its false, it skips the rest of the conditions and then moves on to the next record?
Does it first retrieve all records which have T1.Age > 25? Next it checks all records Which have T2.Salary > 50000. So on and so on?
FROM Table1 T1 JOIN Table2 T2 ON T1.Id = T2.Id
WHERE T1. Age > 25
AND T2.Salary > 50000
AND T1.Disable = 0
And T1.Id NOT IN (SELECT Id From T3)