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Default Execution Plans and IO Statistics


I want to be able to access the execution plans and IO statistics programmatically in ADO.NET. In ADO it can't be done; I was wondering if there is a way to do it in ADO.NET's SQLConnection or SQLDataAdapter object maybe? What I need to do is give the IO statistics and execution plans to the DBA, and I have a lot of stored procedures (200+), and was wondering if there was a quicker way to do it.


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