List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2012 SP1 – Part 5

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With every release of SQL Server product or subsequent service packs or Cumulative updates, new bugs are encountered or discovered. Below are some of the bugs which were fixed with the release of SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP 1) for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 935253
Cannot publish business rules when attributes contain “&” in the attribute name in Master Data Services.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 935653
An access violation occurs when executing a substring function together with an invalid offset by using remote procedure call (RPC).
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 949931
“Date Postfix Argument Expected” error if you create a “has changed” business rule for an attribute of “DateTime” type in Master Data Services web UI.

SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 954328
“An unexpected error occurred during the last correction process” error when you try to run DQS data cleansing in SQL Server 2012.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 956115
DQS violation error message is hard to understand when you use the Master Data Services Add-in for Microsoft Excel or the Master Data Services web UI.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 956194
Cannot hard delete any soft-deleted members from the Master Data Services database.

SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 956431
Incorrect popup message when you create matching policy and then run a data matching project in DQS.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 962881
A .NET Framework 4.5-based application freezes instead of handling the exception when you use the Master Data Services Add-in for Excel.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 966134
“String or binary data would be truncated” error when the length of a SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) DQS cleansing component name is longer than 32 characters.
SQL Server MSDN Bug Number 972072
“SQL46010: Incorrect syntax near SPARSE” error in a SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) project.

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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