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bulk-logged & BEGIN TRAN

Posted on 2010-08-13
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if there are many DML/DDL inside a transaction, they all have to logged, and even keeping it at BULK-LOGGED mode does not help. There is no alternative to alleviate this, is there?

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Insert statements by themselves do not benefit from bulk logged. Gotta use bulk insert.
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ok. what about bulk insert inside a transaction that is not yet committed. how does it handle the log in such cases?
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