At the beginning of this week, I shared how you can Search for queries with Query Store GUI . Today I want to share something, Query Store related, that bugged me for awhile and a workaround to overcome it. NOTE: This happens at least until SSMS v19.3 (most recent version of SSMS at the time of this writing). Let’s see what newer versions bring us. Multiple instances of the same dashboard When you navigate through Query Store dashboards, it can become handy open two instances of the same dashboard but with a different time range, or different aggreagations or even a different metric so you can do a quick compare.
Hey folks, long time no write! Today I want to bring a tip that I use every week but I found that most SSMS users are unaware it exists. I can understand why! At the moment this isn’t the most obvious and user-friendly option. However, it can and hopefully it will improve in the future. “But…What is it?” I’m talking about using the Query Store GUI to search for some portion of text used in a T-SQL query and, with that, find a query that you want to analyze within it.