Most of you have probably created your own SQL Server user-defined functions (UDFs), but did you know that Microsoft ships a fair number of its own UDFs, especially in the most recent SP3? In this article, Baya Pavliashvili and Kevin Kline explore a subset of them that are related to traces.
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by Kevin Kline and Baya Pavliashvili – Many people can write computer code; few can write software that’s scalable. This article provides some of the general guidelines for application performance tuning. The rest of the articles in this series will go into details of tuning the database portion of
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