Microsoft To Patch New SQL Server Update

A problem in SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 is prompting a hot fix to post later today or tomorrow. SP 2 has been available for a week and a half. The fix addresses an issue that can arise when users perform a legacy cleanup task and could lead to data loss, a Microsoft official […]

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A problem in SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 is prompting a hot fix to post later today or tomorrow.

SP 2 has been available for a week and a half.

The fix addresses an issue that can arise when users perform a legacy cleanup task and could lead to data loss, a Microsoft official said Monday night.

A customer who deploys SP2 and uses a previous version of that database cleanup tool, could lose data. "That is not a good thing, " said Francois Ajenstat, director of project management for SQL Server told CRN on Monday night.

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