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Yes. SQL Server Cumulative Updates (CU) releases include all previously released functional and security fixes. Thus, SQL Server 2017 CU16 release does include the Security update for SQL Server 2017 CU15 released on July 9, 2019.
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Update: this has been answered! "The SQL Server CU update will bring your version to the latest stable release and includes fixes and security updates." Hello! I was wondering if the "security update for SQL Server 2017 CU15: July 9, 2019" is included in cumulative update 16. In general, are securit...
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@Shreya Verma Are there any plans to allow extra edge columns to be used in WHERE clauses? SHORTEST_PATH will not work properly if you have cycles in your graph and use an extra column (i.e. a column type) to differentiate between the different edge types (i.e. parent/child)
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This is fabulous. I'm excited to see that we continue to move toward a lower impact way of getting actual plans and runtime stats. Hoping to see wait stats in these plan , too. Cheers.
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