A continuación una compilación de los “bugs” reparados con el Service Pack 1 de SQL 2008 que se documentan en http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/968369. El listado va en inglés. Si a alguno de ustedes le ha ocurrido alguno de estos errores, ya pueden sonreir :
- You cannot add a cluster node when you install SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services and you do not install the SQL Server 2008 Database Engine
- FIX: In a SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services report that contains several levels, some items disappear when you collapse another item
- FIX: The aggregate value is incorrect when you design a query that contains some entity groups by using the Report Model Query Designer in SQL Server 2008 or in SQL Server 2005
- A new trace event is added in SQL Server 2008 SP1 to better diagnose unexpected cancellation issues in SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services.
- Some trace events that are related to personalization extension are added to the SQL Server Profiler trace definitions in Analysis Services.
- When a client that is based on MSOLAP, Analysis Management Objects (AMO), or ADOMD.NET connects to Analysis Services over an HTTP connection, the client does not send back certain HTTP headers.
- In SQL Server 2008 SP1, more information is added to the minidump files that are generated for troubleshooting in Analysis Services.
- You cannot browse time series models that have nested tables by using the SQL Server Data Mining Add-ins for Office 2007.
- You receive an error message when you process an association rules mining model in SQL Server 2008 Standard Analysis Services: "Errors in the metadata manager. An error occurred when loading the <Mining Model Name> mining model."
- The decision tree algorithm returns a regression formula that contains valid floating-point regression coefficients in Analysis Services.
- You receive an incorrect result when you use the NON EMPTY statement and the CROSSJOIN function in a Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) statement that queries from a Sum-based measure and a LastNonEmpty-based measure in Analysis Services.
- A subselect clause that uses calculated members does not consider the granularity to determine whether a calculated member should be included in Analysis Services.
- In SQL Server 2008 SP1, improvements are made to help you troubleshoot unexpected cancellation issues in Analysis Services.
- When a polling query is querying a DateTime value, the proactive caching process crashes in Analysis Services.
- An access violation occurs when you process a dimension that has a calculated member that references another member that is defined later in the cube script in Analysis Services.
- The filter lookup list is not populated in Model Designer when you use a Teradata data source in SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services.
- Charts, gauges, and images may appear blurry when you view them in Business Intelligence Development Studio or in Report Builder 2.0 Preview mode.
- When you export a report in the comma separated values (CSV) format, Reporting Services may omit a row for a Tablix data region that has dynamic groups.
- Table group headings do not repeat when you render a report as a PDF, as a Print Preview, or as an image if a row does not completely fit on one page.
- A text box that splits across pages does not correctly display all the content in Reporting Services.
- The memory throttling behavior for different editions of Reporting Services is not enforced correctly.
- A SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services report that contains the SyncLock statement in the report code cannot be rendered in a fresh installation of SQL Server 2008.
- When you view a SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services report in a SQL Server 2005 viewer control, the viewer control shows an incorrect page count.
- In the SharePoint integrated mode, a report runs slower than the same report runs in the native mode in Reporting Services.
- Change data capture incorrectly reports an UPDATE statement as a DELETE statement that is followed by an INSERT statement in SQL Server 2008.
Como ven, la lista es para BI es bastante interesante.