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script for generate a lot of transactions and checking time on SQL SERVER

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Hello,

I search a script for generate a lot of transactions and checking time on SQL SERVER.

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To do a stress test you need transactions taillored on your db.
How to set up a stress test: http://www.sql-server-performance.com/2005/stress-test-part3/
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