You are troubleshooting an application that runs a query. The application frequently causes deadlocks.
You need to identify which transaction causes the deadlock.
What should you do?
More than one answer choice may achieve the goal. Select the BEST answer.
You have been receiving reports from users indicating that certain applications are returning deadlock errors. To maximize the effectiveness of troubleshooting these problems, you decide to focus on the deadlocks that are hit most frequently. You create an Extended Events session that:
/ Configures deadlock event tracking for the session.
/ Specifies a target that aggregates based on an identifier for the deadlock.
You run the Extended Events session, and after additional deadlocks are reported you are able to obtain aggregated deadlock information, along with the complete XML deadlock graph for each source. Using this information you are able to pin point the most common deadlocks and start working on a solution.