Microsoft’s Postponement of Patches: Investigating Incorrect Results Bugs in SQL Server 2019 and 2016
At the end of last year, Microsoft made the decision to delay the release of patches due to the pandemic and the holidays. This decision has left some users with incorrect query results from the CONCAT function and incorrect results from in-memory optimized tables with clustered columnstore indexes.
Fortunately, Microsoft has recently released SQL Server 2019 CU9 and 2016 SP2 CU 16, which should help to resolve these issues. The new updates are available on SQLServerUpdates.com, where users can find the latest news and updates for SQL Server.
The new updates are a welcome relief for users who have been dealing with incorrect query results and other issues. With the release of SQL Server 2019 CU9 and 2016 SP2 CU 16, users can now rest assured that their queries will be running correctly.
For more information on the new updates, visit SQLServerUpdates.com. The website provides the latest news and updates for SQL Server, so users can stay up to date with the latest developments.