How to Identify Blocking Problems with SQL Profiler

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 13 Mar 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Many SQL Server developers and DBAs have, in the past, had their own favourite diagnostic Stored Procedures for investigating blocking issues, but since SQL Server 2005, it is a good idea to use the SQL Profiler for all but the most complex problems. This has a blocked process report which can tell you what the problem is, and give a good indication as to how to correct it....

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