SQL Server 2012 crashes with an access violation when you use the TRY…CATCH construct for bulk copy
Consider the following scenario:
You perform a bulk copy operation in SQL Server 2012. The operation triggers a call to a common language runtime (CLR) function. The CLR function executes a Transact-SQL statement that contains a TRY…CATCH construct.
In this scenario, SQL Server 2012 crashes with an access violation . Additionally, a dump file is generated in the SQL Server error log.
This issue is fixed in
Cumulative Update 5
for SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 3.
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Article ID: 3184099 - Last Review: 09/21/2016 17:27:00 - Revision: 2.0
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