Auto updating pivot table pioneer updating vr dictionary

The new compatibility setting for a database takes effect when a USE Database is issued or a new login is processed with that database as the default database.For the recommended workflow for upgrading the compatibility level, see Change the Database Compatibility Mode and Use the Query Store.One aspect of that release was that newly created databases had their compatibility level set to 120.In 2015 SQL Database began support for level 130, although the default remained 120.Starting in mid-June 2016, in Azure SQL Database, the default compatibility level are 130 instead of 120 for newly created databases.Existing databases created before mid-June 2016 are not affected, and maintain their current compatibility level (100, 110, or 120).

Batch-mode queries that request an excessive memory grant size that results in concurrency issues may have improved concurrency on consecutive executions.There is an additional join operator called adaptive join.If cardinality estimates are incorrect for the outer build join input, an inappropriate join algorithm may be selected.If this occurs and the statement is eligible for an adaptive join, a nested loop will be used for smaller join inputs and a hash join will be used for larger join inputs dynamically without requiring recompilation.Fixes that were under trace flag 4199 in earlier versions of SQL Server prior to SQL Server 2017 are now enabled by default. Trace flag 4199 will still be applicable for new query optimizer fixes that are released after SQL Server 2017.

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