SAS Institute Technical Support Hot Fix 82BA02

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Date: Mon Sep 24 2001 - 11:47:27 EDT

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    Hot fix 82BA02 is available for download.

    This hot fix addresses the issue(s) in Release 8.2 TS2M0 of Base SAS
    software as documented in SAS Note(s):

    SN-004077 Running SAS in batch or with the -nodms option causes a secure
              shell server to close client

    SN-004264 -LOG, -ALTLOG, -PRINT, and -ALTPRINT system options require a
              file (not a directory) in V8

    SN-005158 IntrNet Application Server might crash on Windows 2000

    SN-004914 I/O Errors on UNIX encountered due to out of space conditions

    SN-004509 SAS/SHARE secured server fails to honor host security file

    SN-005204 Nesting the %QLEFT function inside the %QTRIM function causes
              unexpected errors

    SN-005283 External I/O performance degradation

    SN-005353 Problems on AIX with PROC PROTO and externally written user
              functions that contain more than 8 arguments

    SN-005048 Incorrect output results from PROC FORMAT with the MULTILABEL

    SN-005384 Starting a SAS SSCU Service on Windows 2000 might result in
              the error message "Process terminated abnormally"

    SN-004316 WHERE returns incorrect number of observations

    SN-005243 CALL EXECUTE may truncate generated code

    This hot fix is currently available on the following platform(s):
    UNIX: HP-UX, Solaris, AIX, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, ABI+ for Intel
          Architecture, IRIX, HP-UX 64 bit, Solaris 64 bit, AIX 64 bit,
    PC: Windows, OS/2
    VMS: OpenVMS Alpha, OpenVMS VAX

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