Telerik Bug in Sql Server 2014 SP1

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  1. Luis
    Luis avatar
    2 posts
    Member since:
    Oct 2013

    Posted 05 Apr 2016 Link to this post

    Hi, I have upgraded my SQL SERVER 2014 to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 (SP1-CU5) (KB3130926) - 12.0.4439.1 (X64) and I am getting the following error where I want to insert a record in the database:

    Failed to retrieve the automatically incremented column value from the server.

    Possible reason: A trigger does not perform 'select ID from inserted' as last operation.


    The Telerik version that I am using is 2015.1.225.1

    Thank´s a lot and regards.-

  2. Doroteya
    Doroteya avatar
    498 posts

    Posted 06 Apr 2016 Link to this post

    Hi Luis,

    A hot fix for Data Access Q1 2015 that tackles with this issue is in the attachment of this forum post.

    I hope this helps.

    Check out the latest announcement about Telerik Data Access vNext as a powerful framework able to solve core development problems.
  3. Dave
    Dave avatar
    7 posts
    Member since:
    May 2013

    Posted 4 days and 12 hours ago Link to this post

    Telerik - as a long term customer across multiple companies, not just the account I am posting from currently - I have always recommended your products but around the Data Access - you have left many of us with in a very precarious situation.

    I have implemented the Data Access, previously Open Access product in many legacy solutions and have implemented your patch but Microsoft continues to release updates which break the patch you published.  The latest patch GDR 5203 For SQL Server 2014 (KB3194714) released on 7/17/17 breaks the database libraries once more.

    If you discontinued support for it - why have you not open sourced the patch to the community?  Why have you not released the entire project out on GitHub or equivalent?  Telling the users they must migrate systems they have not touched in some instances 2-3 years is not a migration path.  We chose you as a vendor because of your track record.

    This places us in a very costly position.



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