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Jefferson Elias

How to use SQL Server Extended Events to parse Deadlock XML and generate statistical reports

June 29, 2017 by

Introduction

Context In previous article entitled “How to report on SQL Server deadlock occurrences“, we’ve seen how to extract deadlock information from either system_health or specialized Extended Event and store this information into a table in a SQL Server database. We also discussed a simple report which leads to the creation of a deadlock occurrences timeline. Read more »
Minette Steynberg

Understanding the XML description of the Deadlock Graph in SQL Server

March 29, 2017 by

Introduction

In my previous 2 articles, What is a SQL Server Deadlock and Understanding the graphical representation of the SQL Server Deadlock Graph, I discussed what a deadlock is, how SQL Server handles deadlocks, some tips on how to reduce deadlocks and ultimately what information you can glean by just looking at the graphical representation of the Deadlock Graph. In this article, I will look at what information is available in the XML description of the Deadlock Graph. The XML contains information which is not visible in the graphical representation of the Deadlock Graph, which makes it necessary for us to look at the XML description. Read more »
Marko Radakovic

Using an XML file to configure an SSIS package

March 16, 2014 by
To configure an SSIS package means to choose property/value pairs added to a completed package, and include them in the configuration file for the further modifications. If for any reason some of the values has been changed after the deployment is finished and the package run, they can be added later, opening the package in Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS), and changing the values Read more »