Updating xml file using xquery

Occurs when a process has been blocked for more than a specified amount of time.

Does not include system processes or processes that are waiting on non deadlock-detectable resources.

Typically, queries in the same class are identical except for their parameter values.

This event class occurs when a new subscription request falls into an already existing class of (Match), a new class (Create), or a Drop class, which indicates cleanup of templates for query classes without active subscriptions.

The Text Data column contains information about the event.

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SQL Server attempted to generate an execution plan for this query or batch without applying the plan guide.

Does not include sort operations involving the creating of indexes; only sort operations within a query (such as an ORDER BY clause used in a SELECT statement). Note that the Binary column for this event contains the encoded Showplan.

Use SQL Server Profiler to open the trace and view the Showplan.

Details of the APARs listed below can be accessed by clicking the link for the APAR number.

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