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Early adopters: if you’re rolling on SQL Server 2016 SP1, you may have noticed that when you click on query plans in sp_Blitz Cache or sp_Who Is Active, they sometimes render as ugly XML rather than the beautiful graphical showplan.
Here’s a 3-minute video showing the bug: To work around it, save the XML plan as a file – but you’ll need to frame the name in double quotes, like “my beautiful query.sqlplan” and end it with a sqlplan extension.
The resource list provides detailed information about each resource involved in the deadlock.
A resource can be a row, a key, a page, an extent, a heap or a B-tree (Ho BT) , a table , a file, an allocation unit or metadata.
It's a common problem, really: we don't know what we don't know, because we can't predict the exact nature of any future showplan XML schema changes.
Aaron (@Aaron Bertrand) is a Product Manager at Sentry One, with industry experience dating back to Classic ASP and SQL Server 6.5.
This caused the following problem in Plan Explorer when trying to open or generate a plan from either of those versions: The challenge here was that this error was returned for all plans, not just plans that contained new elements or attributes that we didn't know how to parse.Attached is an archive file named "xml_demo_files2.zip" containing three text files.Extract these three files into a folder named "C:\xml\" or some other convenient location.An example would be if they add a new operator type - in such cases, we may return a similar error to above, or the new operator may simply be omitted from the graphical plan.But this should be rare; in most cases, any additional XML fragments based on new schema extensions should simply be ignored until we intentionally display something for them.
The most easily-processed form of XML document is one in which all of its data is encapsulated inside elements and none of its data is in the form of attributes.