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SQL Server 2005 Build List


SQL Server 2005 Build List

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noeld
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I am nothing but disgusted that M$ is doing such a poor Job!

I would have never expected that "we" are compiling those and M$ is simply playing catch up with the bugs!


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Steve Jones
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I have to admit that I'm a little surprised at the number of builds that have been released. I know there are lots of fixes for different components, but this still seems like a lot of fixes.

The other thing that bothers me is the number of builds in April alone. Today is the 10th. I wouldn't have expected more than 1 in April, especially with SP2 just being released.



And you are welcome for the CSV. We aim to please!


Working on SS2K builds as well, but there's a lot of those to load.

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Here are 4 new hotfixes (april 2007), for the same problem (regarding scripts in SSIS):
- post-SP1 hotfix version 9.00.2221, downloadable from KB article 931593.
- post-SP1 hotfix version 9.00.2050, KB 932555 (already added in the list)
- hotfix version 9.00.1561, KB 932556
- hotfix version 9.00.1406, KB 932557

It's interesting to note that there is no post-SP2 hotfix yet, although the problem is not documented as fixed in SP2.
KB Article 931846 documents that this problem is fixed in SP2.

Razvan



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Steve, thank you. You can't believe how many times I've tried to find a complete list...



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God bless you Steve! Really handy list that I could'n find anywhere.

Thank You!


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Excellent, thank you!

Microsoft should hang their heads in shame and make this information EASILY AVAILABLE themselves!

It would also helpful if @@VERSION returned a unique software level. We became really confused after applying the original SP2, then the first GDR. We used the re-released SP2 on subsequent builds (which included the GDR changes) and found that @@VERSION (i.e. sqlserver.exe) was different between the builds. It didn't even match that expected in KB 933508. They amended the KB later.

GET THE BASICS RIGHT MICROSOFT!!!!



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Updated Hotfix for SP2 for 2005 has been released - build 3161

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935356/en-us

The number of bugs fixed by this hotfix is 29 but it’s not publicly available…





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Print version is broken:

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'

[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified

/columnists/sjones/2960_printversion.asp, line 23


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Excellent article!

Where are you supposed to vote?


Steve Jones
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The voting is at the bottom and the print version has been fixed. I've also updated the CSV with these numbers.

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