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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recompile.

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Examples

  • This makes it tough to validate Hansen recompiles.

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  • Ah, lots of recompiles and long database queries today . . . anywho, that's a really good point.

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  • Recompiles : for some reasons even though you're using stored procedures and their plans are cached, for some reasons you get a lot of recompiles Very heavy "adhoc" TSQL activity, in other words you hammer SQL Server with big TSQL statements (no stored procedure) with high variability (that defeats auto parameterization).

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  • In this case when we captured PSSDiag and noticed huge recompiles due to AutoStat updates, here's a snippet of what we noticed in SQL Server 2005 Vs SQL Server 2008 on the same machine.

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  • Further to this we enabled Trace Flag 205 which helped us in getting the information about recompiles and reasons for the same.

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  • A more strict definition would be that a breaking change is one where the code recompiles successfully but has a different meaning; for today let's just consider actual "build breaks".

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  • Last year, Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5, the company's top-of-the-line Flash development framework, would include something dubbed "Packager," a tool that takes Flash applications and recompiles them to run natively on the iPhone.

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  • Last year, Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5, the company's top-of-the-line Flash development framework, would include something dubbed "Packager," a tool that takes Flash applications and recompiles them to run natively on the iPhone.

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  • Last year, Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5, the company's top-of-the-line Flash development framework, would include something dubbed "Packager," a tool that takes Flash applications and recompiles them to run natively on the iPhone.

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  • Last year, Adobe announced that Flash Professional CS5, the company's top-of-the-line Flash development framework, would include something dubbed "Packager," a tool that takes Flash applications and recompiles them to run natively on the iPhone.

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