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SQL Server 2008 CU 1

Microsoft Released SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 2 Cumulative Update 1

Finally…

SQL Server 2008 Cumulative Update 9 (CU1) is available from Microsoft Help and Support (KB956717).

There are a couple of important fixes included, in particular:

  • FIX: When you query through a view that uses the ORDER BY clause in SQL Server 2008, the result is still returned in random order. (KB926292)
  • FIX: A MERGE statement may not enforce a foreign key constraint when the statement updates a unique key column that is not part of a clustering key and there is a single row as the update source in SQL Server 2008. (KB956718)
  • FIX: In SQL Server 2008, a query returns incorrect results for the DATE data type when you run the query on a partitioned table that uses data compression on only one of the partitions (KB957810)

Since SQL Server 2008 was released to manufacture, Microsoft has released 1 Cumulative Update, fixing around 80 bugs:

 

Cumulative Update Date Bugs Fixed
RTM CU1 26-Sep-2008 78

The Cumulative Updates reflect Microsoft’s new Incremental Servicing Model for SQL Server, which aims to release the latest updates for SQL Server using a regular schedule (every 8 weeks).

Otherwise, I maintain an Excel 2007 spreadsheet that contains a list of all bug fixes for analysis:

http://cid-a65be80360df3915.skydrive.live.com/embedrowdetail.aspx/Resources/SQLServer2008.CumulativeUpdates.xlsx

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