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Optimize script sql for reduce deadlock

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Hello,

Herewith a script batch-load-datas.
How can I optimize this script for reduce deadlock, please?

Thanks

bibi
batch-load-datas.txt
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please read this http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189050.aspx

to reduce deadlock at row and database level

hope this helps
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Thanks a lot bibi
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