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Reduce latch contention when use the nested SPs/UDFs
We faced a big problem with latch contention in our environment due to nested SPs and UDF used with 3 levels, so it did not make sense for us, so because of that we opened the IBM case to treat this issue.
Reduce the latch contention when you used nested SP and UDF
We faced a big issue in our environment when we stressed a application that has nested SPs and UDFs due to a high latch contention just for this case, it did not make sense for us. Follow the IBM CASE where this fact is described, TS008488765
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