List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 CU7 – 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 Cumulative update package (CU) 7 for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

MSDN Support KB Article 3023629
FIX: High CPU usage after you use DTExec utility to process SSAS data mining models Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3044160
FIX: Performance counters under “ReportServer:Service” object show zero in SSRS 2014 Reporting Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3042370
An AlwaysOn secondary replica crashes or raises error 3961 when the AlwaysOn database has CLR UDT in SQL Server 2014 SQL service

MSDN Support KB Article 3042135
FIX: Access violation and “No exceptions should be raised by this code” error occur when you use SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3042077
FIX: MDX query returns incorrect results when you run it with subselect after an UPDATE CUBE statement in SSAS 2012 or SSAS 2014 Analysis Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3041859
FIX: Performance issue occurs when you use sqlncli11.dll ODBC driver to access SQL Server in an application SQL connectivity

MSDN Support KB Article 3041056
FIX: A tablix data region is rendered as corrupted in SSRS in Cumulative Update 3 for SQL Server 2012 SP2 Reporting Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3040675
FIX: Data-driven subscription with email notification shows “0 errors” when email delivery fails in SSRS 2012 or SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services
MSDN Support KB Article 3039035
FIX: “Parameter type cannot be deduced” when you execute sp_describe_undeclared_parameters in SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014 SQL service
MSDN Support KB Article 3040804
FIX: “Access Denied” error occurs when you run an XML validation task in SSIS 2012 or SSIS 2012 Integration Services

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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