List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 SP1 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 1 Cumulative Update 1 (SP 1 CU1) for Microsoft SQL Server 2014.

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3066682
FIX: Error occurs when you filter data with date format that differs from DateTime attribute format setting in MDS 2014 MDS
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3063438
FIX: XSLT transformation fails when you execute an SSIS 2014 package that contains multiple concurrent XML tasks Integration Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3048734
FIX: An I/O error that occurs on BPE files causes SQL Server 2014 to disable BPE SQL service

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3036601
FIX: Add three stored procedures to clean up history that is created when you use SQL Server 2012 or 2014 MDS MDS
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3036328
FIX: The value of statement_start_offset column is incorrect in DMV sys.dm_exec_requests in SQL Server 2014 SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3067828
FIX: Access violation occurs when you connect to an instance of SQL Server 2014 SQL service

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3069488
“Non-yielding Scheduler” error occurs and SQL Server stops responding when a database has columnstore indexes on a Microsoft SQL Server 2014 instance SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3067896
Incorrect results are returned in an indexed view after an Insert or Delete operation on the base table occurs in SQL Server 2014 SQL performance
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3033041
FIX: Error occurs and the execution hangs when you run an SSIS package that connects to Flat File Source Integration Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3061218
FIX: “Cannot read 8 bytes from file using caching” error when you execute an SSIS 2014 package Integration Services

Hope this was helpful.

This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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