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There are a number of reasons that your timeouts can be occurring; since you said timeout and not deadlock I'm assuming the inserts are being called from outside of SQL.
Can you provide some more information on how the timeouts are occurring?
It could be that you have your timeout threshold set too low (for example, with a Sql Command object).
Creates a virtual table whose contents (columns and rows) are defined by a query.
I always thought, maybe mistakenly, that as underlying tables change, the views that reference them change too. Product Color='Red'; GO -- View definition CREATE VIEW Sales.v_Sales Order Detail2 WITH SCHEMABINDING AS SELECT h.
So if the tables are changing that much, maybe our system is getting overwhelmed by having to constantly play catch-up updating views. A view is essentially shorthand for using a subquery in a join.
Column names can also be assigned in the SELECT statement.You can only update views that meet certain criteria, or have an associated INSTEAD OF trigger. You are trying to update a view like you would a table.I have two tables that are around 500k rows each (and growing). Inserts/Updates happen to these constantly, sometimes 100's per minute. The system is having performance issues, namely timeouts, on basic inserts into these tables.