SQL Server Performance

Need to replace left outer join with inner join for creating indexed view.

Discussion in 'Performance Tuning for SQL Server Replication' started by shashikanta.p, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. shashikanta.p New Member

    Hi,
    Can any one help me on this :
    Select T.* , P.col1, Q.col2
    from Tab1 T left outer join Tab2 P
    on T.col1 = P.col1 and T.col2 = P.col2
    left outer join Tab3 Q on T.col3 = Q.col3
    >> I need to convert this from left outer join to inner join or sub query is also acceptable . This query is for creating view The reason is I want to convert it because I want to convert it to a Indexed view.
    Need imediate help !!!
    Thanks,
    Shashi.
  2. Adriaan New Member

    I tried a few ideas (FULL JOIN, UNION ...) but creating an index always fails with this error:
    Server: Msg 1936, Level 16, State 1, Line 1
    Cannot index the view 'my_view'. It contains one or more disallowed constructs.
    From previous experiences, it doesn't help to hide the join in a derived table or a nested view.

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