SQL query Result Cache

You can store the results of a SQL query in the SQL query result cache in three ways:

  • Enabling automatic result cache at the database level: Automatic SQL result caching is enabled by setting the initialization parameter RESULT_CACHE_MODE to FORCE, which enforces caching for all the SQL statements. However, you can prevent specific SQL queries from exhausting the Server Result Cache by using the NO_RESULT_CACHE hint.
  • Enabling automatic result cache at the table level: You can set RESULT_CACHE mode to FORCE for a particular table so that the results from the queries on this table will be cached in the query result cache.

    You can specify a NO_RESULT_CACHE hint to avoid the cache ...

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