In the topics that describe runtime changes, we have classified individual items by their expected impact, as follows: Major This is a significant change that affects a large number of apps or that requires substantial modification of code.Minor This is a change that affects a small number of apps or that requires minor modification of code.Edge case This is a change that affects apps under very specific scenarios that are not common.Transparent This is a change that has no noticeable effect on the app's developer or user.This can typically done by explicitly casting the methods' type parameters as Type.See this link for more detail and examples of how to workaround the issue. NET Framework 4.6, the Persian Calendar class uses the Hijri solar algorithm.
Alternatively, the app can be modified to allow paging (instead of custom paging), as that scenario does not demonstrate the problem.Event Listener truncates strings with embedded nulls.Null characters are not supported by the Event Source class.The app should not require modification because of this change. NET Framework 4.5 to 4.6.2, review the following topics for application compatibility issues that may affect your app: Beginning in the . NET Framework will attempt to automatically reconnect broken SQL connections.Although this will typically make apps more reliable, there are edge cases in which an app needs to know that the connection was lost so that it can take some action upon reconnection.
For more information, see SQL Server Connection Pooling (ADO. This behavior is problematic for connections to Azure SQL databases, which often fail with transient errors that are typically recovered from within a few seconds.