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Published: Aug 20 2013 / 15:49

If transaction times jump from less than one second to more than 60 seconds after a software upgrade, it is evident that there is a problem that needs investigation. But where do you continue looking if there is no clear evidence? What if the SQL Log files don't show any long running statements - do you rule out the database? In this blog we show yet another case of data-driven performance problems related to inefficient data access patterns.
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