List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 CU2 – Part 2

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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 Cumulative update package (CU) 2 for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

KB Article 2939277
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Incorrect results when you run queries that contain UNION operator by using parallel query plan in SQL Server SQL performance
KB Article 2950189
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: An access violation occurs when you execute update query on a table that has a DML trigger in SQL Server SQL performance
KB Article 2950209
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Access violation when the start offset is larger than the string length in Substring function in SQL Server SQL service
KB Article 2952101
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Poor cardinality estimation when the ascending key column is branded as stationary in SQL Server SQL performance
KB Article 2953354

SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Log Reader Agent fails when you have Oracle Publishing configured in SQL Server SQL service
KB Article 2954480
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: SSAS instance crashes when you perform writeback action by using the role with cell security defined Analysis Services
KB Article 2956619
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: The execution of an SSIS package that is stored in MSDB is slower than it is stored on the file system Integration Services
KB Article 2958062
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Error 515 when you add a subscription and then delete it in SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 SQL service
KB Article 2960237
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Error when you execute DQS stored procedure [internal_core].[RestoreDQDatabases] in SQL Server Data Quality Services (DQS)
KB Article 2960310
SQL Server 2014 bug FIX: Access violation when you maintain RBS with the .NET Framework 4.0 in related configuration file in SQL Server

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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