Starting with SQL Server 2008 Microsoft added the datetime2 data type. It can be considered as an extension of the existing datetime type that has a larger date range, a larger default fractional precision, and optional user-specified precision. Currently, the Uniface MSS driver only supports the datetime data type
Microsoft recommends to use datetime2 for new work
requested by James Kutrubs, Courtview: Current functionality is that transparent hyperlink widgets do not display a focus rectangle when clicked, non-transparent hyperlinks do. It should be possible to set transparency and focus rectangle as separate and independent properties.
At development time there should be an error or warning given when the length of a primary key field exceeds the documented limit of 500 bytes.