FIX: An access violation occurs when a database table name contains Japanese characters in SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014

You create a database collation for the Japanese language locale in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 or SQL Server 2014. For example, you create a collation that's named Japanese_CI_AS. You create a table that contains Japanese characters in the table name. When you change the indexes of the table, an access violation occurs.
To resolve this problem, apply this update, and then enable trace flag TF9394. To enable trace flag TF9394, see the "More Information" section.

Cumulative Update information

This issue was first fixed in the following cumulative update for SQL Server:
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To work around this issue, re-create the objects by using named constraints that contain only English character sets.
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Article ID: 3142595 - Last Review: 05/31/2016 07:10:00 - Revision: 5.0

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