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Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|A4L001 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L002 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L003 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L004 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L005 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L006 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L007 was replaced by A4L009|
|A4L008 was replaced by A4L009|
|SAS Management Console 9.4_M4|
|58061||"Error reading metadata .." is displayed in SASŪ Data Integration Studio when executing a SASŪ Business Rules Manager transform||A4L001|
|58206||In SASŪ Data Integration Studio and SASŪ Management Console, the German translation of the message confirming object deletion is incorrect||A4L001|
|59569||Some database management system library options are omitted from explicit SQL pass-through code in SASŪ Data Integration Studio||A4L001|
|60351||Internet HTTP requests for "tgt.keepal.ive" and "www.LazySecurityContext.com" originate from SASŪ 9.4 Web Infrastructure Platform||A4L001|
|59700||Flow contents are lost when more than one person edits the same flow concurrently in the SASŪ Management Console Schedule Manager plug-in||A4L002|
|60073||Scheduling many operating system scheduler jobs causes the operating system to use a large quantity of resources and affects performance||A4L002|
|60595||Connections between work tables and database libraries are incorrectly removed when these objects are included in metadata import processing||A4L002|
|60769||File events are not mapped correctly after importing a flow||A4L002|
|57183||Viewing the SID files in metadata via code submission for SASŪ 9.4 (TS1M1) and earlier or via SASŪ Management Console for SASŪ 9.4 (TS1M2) and later||A4L003|
|57962||The SASŪ Data Integration Studio SCD Type 2 Loader transformation generates errors when loading data into an external DBMS||A4L004|
|60622||Redeploying a job using SASŪ Management Console fails with the "UNKNOWN_ORIGINAL_SOURCE_FILE" error when the deployed job was defined by importing||A4L005|
|60275||SASŪ Enterprise GuideŪ might perform slowly when opening an information map that has millions of rows||A4L006|
|61412||Application server contexts are not visible in the Refresh Application Server dialog box in SASŪ Management Console||A4L006|
|59403||"Error reading metadata: Insufficient memory" occurs when you rename a library in SASŪ Data Integration Studio or in SASŪ Management Console||A4L007|
|60545||Values for the date-and-time range are displayed incorrectly in SASŪ Customer Intelligence Studio||A4L008|
|61094||A Java null pointer exception occurs when you redeploy scheduled jobs using the Schedule Manager plug-in for SASŪ Management Console||A4L009|
|62194||The command for a job is not updated when you redeploy a job and select a new batch server in the Schedule Manager plug-in for SASŪ Management Console||A4L009|
|62390||OLAP-based SASŪ Web Report Studio reports that include multiple prompted filters might exhibit poor performance||A4L009|
|D indicates that the Documentation has special pre-installation, post-installation or other unique instructions not commonly used for hot fix deployment.|
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