T-SQL Tuesday Roundup, Bugs Edition

Brent Ozar rounds up T-SQL Tuesday 86:

I dunno about you, but I got a big stocking full of coal. Next year, I’m gonna be better, and I plan on asking Santa for a whole bunch of Connect requests. For T-SQL Tuesday, I asked you to name your favorite SQL Server bugs & enhancement requests, and here’s what you want in your stocking next year.

If you agree with a feature, click on it, and upvote its Connect request. These bloggers took the time to make their case – now it’s time for you to vote.

29 separate links, so there’s a lot of reading here.

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