List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 CU5 – Part 4

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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) 5 for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

MSDN Support KB Article 3014867
FIX: “Remote hardening failure” exception cannot be caught and a potential data loss when you use SQL Server 2014 High Availability
MSDN Support KB Article 3016334
FIX: Error when you upgrade a SQL Server 2012 SP2 instance with MDS to SQL Server 2014 DQS
MSDN Support KB Article 3016518
FIX: “You do not have permission…” error when you run a report that connects to a .BISM file in PowerPivot gallery Analysis Services

MSDN Support KB Article 3017266
FIX: “Requested value ReFS was not found” error when you install SQL Server 2014 on a local drive that is ReFS formatted Setup & Install
MSDN Support KB Article 3020112
FIX: Non-yielding error occurs when you execute DML statements in SQL Server 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3020113
FIX: Error 35377 occurs when you try to access clustered columnstore indexes in SQL Server 2014 SQL service

MSDN Support KB Article 3020116
FIX: “Non-yielding scheduler” error and AlwaysOn Availability Group transitions to RESOLVING state not Failover High Availability
MSDN Support KB Article 3548637
Federations feature will be discontinued with Web and Business service tiers. The Federations related Transact-SQL code examples in SSMS are updated with comments on being discontinued. SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3548892
The Property Page shortcut menu item for databases (right-click on a database node and select Properties) on Azure databases is enabled. SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3548904
Table Designer is now be used when creating tables on the latest version of Azure SQL Database. SQL service

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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