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Run stress against AdventureWorks2008 database

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I am testing out SQL Tracing, and I want to generate a trace file that I can load into the Database Engine Tuning Advisor. I have all I need, but not a system with a load that can generate anything in the trace file I am trying to produce. I have a test system set up with the "AdventureWorks2008" test database. Is there a way to emulate stress or strain on it so that I might induce some results in my trace file?
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Try writing a test procedure that runs some of the procs in AdventureWorks. For example, run uspGetBillOfMaterials for each ProductAssemblyID in Production.BillOfMaterials.


hth

Mike
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Thank you.
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