List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2012 SP2 CU1 – Part 3

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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 Service Pack 2 Cumulative Update 1 (SP 2 CU 1) for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2960310
FIX: Access violation when you maintain RBS with the .NET Framework 4.0 in related configuration file in SQL Server SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2960735
FIX: Windows Update for SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 image does not work in Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine gallery Setup & Install
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2960989
FIX: Error when you use DQS Cleansing component with large batch in an SSIS 2012 or SSIS 2014 package DQS
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2961254
FIX: The execution of an MDX query in SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014 is much slower than it is in SSAS 2008 R2 Analysis Services

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2961525
FIX: Keyboard keys do not work for Report Viewer 2012 in a Windows Forms application Reporting Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2961559
FIX: Incorrect folder when deploying SQL Server 2012 PowerPivot solutions by using SharePoint 2013 Central Admin Analysis Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2962650
FIX: Access violation occurs when running a Process Recalc on a tabular table in SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014 Analysis Services

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2963138
FIX: Parallel deadlock or self-deadlock occurs when you run a query that results in parallelism in SQL Server 2012 SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2963372
FIX: Sub-total of calculated measure is incorrect (non-filtered) when you execute MDX query in SSAS 2012 Analysis Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2963373
FIX: Performance regression when you operate on a string or Boolean column by using DAX functions in SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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