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Microsoft Fixes .NET Framework Problem

Microsoft has released a hotfix for a problem that occurs when you receive the SqlException object in the Microsoft .NET Framework. You can use the .NET Framework 1.0 and the .NET Framework 1.1 to create an instance of the SqlConnection class in SQL Server 2000. The Server property is supposed to contain the name of the computer that's running the SQL Server instance the SqlConnection class is connected to. However, if the SqlException object is raised, the SqlException object's Server property isn't set so the Server property returns an empty string. To find out more about this problem and the supported hotfix, read the Microsoft article "FIX: The Server property may return as an empty string when you receive the SQLExeception object in the .NET Framework 1.0 and in the .NET Framework 1.1" at

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