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SQL Server 2008 R2 - Execution Plan

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Hi Experts,

Never done an Execution plan.  Need step by step.  I have a stored procedure that is working, but is slow.

how do you do one that is going to give a text report?

Do I need special permission?

Thank You for helping
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No you just run the query and include the execution plan using Ctrl + M or use below.

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First try above , if not working then you need <<SHOWPLAN Permission>>

Hope it helps !!
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Added MS SQL SERVER 2008 as Topic. !!
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