List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2012 SP2 CU5 – 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 2 Cumulative Update 5 (SP 2 CU5) for Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3039035
FIX: “Parameter type cannot be deduced” when you execute sp_describe_undeclared_parameters in SQL Server 2012 SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3040675
FIX: Data-driven subscription with email notification shows “0 errors” when email delivery fails in SSRS 2012 Reporting Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3040804
FIX: “Access Denied” error occurs when you run an XML validation task in SSIS 2012 Integration Services

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3041056
FIX: A tablix data region is rendered as corrupted in SSRS in Cumulative Update 3 for SQL Server 2012 SP2 Reporting Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3041859
FIX: Performance issue occurs when you use sqlncli11.dll ODBC driver to access SQL Server in an application SQL connectivity
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3042007
FIX: Access violation may occur when you run a query against the sys.dm_exec_procedure_stats DMV joined on plan_handle SQL service

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3042077
FIX: MDX query returns incorrect results when you run it with subselect after an UPDATE CUBE statement in SSAS 2012 Analysis Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3042135
FIX: Access violation and “No exceptions should be raised by this code” error occur when you use SQL Server 2012 SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3044958
FIX: SQL Server 2012 shuts down unexpectedly when you run DBCC CHECKDB and the rollback recovery on the snapshot fails SQL service

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This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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List of Bugs Fixed in SQL Server 2014 SP1 CU1 – Part 10

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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 3045333
FIX: “C2 Audit mode” option cannot be enabled by using sp_configure and restarting SQL Server SQL security
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 2619077
FIX: Access violation when a missing task for a background clear operation tries to delete a missing index entry SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3063054
Update enables Premium Storage support for Data files on Azure Storage and resolves backup failures SQL service

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3067257
FIX: Partial results in a query of a clustered columnstore index in SQL Server 2014 SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3048627
FIX: “Cannot access the specified path or file on the server” when you use CSV in SSMS to back up or restore database Management Tools
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3058512
FIX: Unpivot Transformation task changes null to zero or empty strings in SSIS 2014 Integration Services

SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3013551
FIX: SQL Server is in script upgrade mode for a long time after you apply a SQL Server hotfix or security update SQL service
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 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
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3040675
FIX: Data-driven subscription with email notification shows “0 errors” when email delivery fails in SSRS 2012 or SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services
SQL Server MSDN KB Number 3051993
FIX: The value of NUMBER type is truncated when you select data from an Oracle-linked server by using OLE DB provider SQL service

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This is applicable for below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2014

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