List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 CU7 – Part 1

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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) 7 for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

MSDN Support KB Article 3038332
FIX: Data Alerts tables are filled up and never clear old data when you use alerts for SSRS 2012 or SSRS 2014 reports Reporting Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3042544
FIX: A query that requires nested loops join takes longer to complete in SQL Server 2014 SQL performance
MSDN Support KB Article 3044958
FIX: Rollback recovery on a snapshot fails when you run DBCC CHECKDB and then SQL Server shuts down unexpectedly SQL service

MSDN Support KB Article 3029776
FIX: Memory consumption increases quickly and surpasses HardMemoryLimit when you run a query in Many-To-Many dimension Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3020350
FIX: ISServerExec crashes when you execute an SSIS package that contains another set of child SSIS packages Integration Services
MSDN Support KB Article 2867316
FIX: You cannot restore a SQL Server 2012 or 2014 database in the Microsoft Azure binary large object storage service SQL service

MSDN Support KB Article 3034492
FIX: “Call to Excel Services returned an error” error when you refresh the document in the PowerPivot Gallery Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3033041
FIX: Error occurs and the execution hangs when you run an SSIS package that connects to Flat File Source Integration Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3032476
FIX: Memory leak in USERSTORE_SCHEMAMGR and CPU spikes occur when you use temp table in SQL Server 2012 or 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3042683
FIX: Data Tools error occurs when you upgrade a DTS package in SQL Server 2014 Integration Services

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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