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Dialog templates provide an easy way to replicate dialog processes. To create a dialog process that can be used as a dialog template, choose to activate the process as a Process Template in the Activate As field on the Process form. After creating a template, you ll be able to select it when creating a process from an existing template for the specified entity, as shown in Figure 15-9. When you create a process from an existing template, all of the properties, including input arguments, variables, and steps from the selected template will be copied to your new process. Similar to workflow templates, dialog templates can save a lot of time if your organization uses a number of similar processes. Of course, if the dialog processes are exactly the same, creating a single child process which gets called from other dialog processes might be the best design option to consider.
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Keep in mind that on a clustered table, nonclustered indexes will use clustering keys as row locators. In our case, the clustering keys contain the orderdate values, which can be used for covering purposes as well. Also, the first (and, in our case, the only) key column in the nonclustered index is the orderid column, which is the column specified in the ORDER BY clause of the query; therefore, an ordered index scan is a natural access method for the optimizer to choose. Figure 3-29 illustrates this access method, and Figure 3-30 shows the query's execution plan.
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