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If you use the set transaction isolation level read uncommitted in the beginning of your stored procedure will that negate the use of explicit (Rowlocks)  used in the procedure for updates - inserts and deletes


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No. Table hints have precedence over isolation level. But you need to be very careful - dirty reads get info which is not necessarily accurate (because it has been changed meanwhile), so you need additional safety checks to make sure you are not overwritting/dismissing changes by other parties.
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