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SAS Forecast Server 3.1_M2

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A88001
SAS Forecast Server 3.1_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
37038 ALERT - SASŪ Forecast Studio might respond slowly even for normal tasks such as navigating different series A88001
37817 ALERT - A filter that is reapplied after editing the original filter condition is not updated in SAS® Forecast Studio A88001
37938 The DATETIME variable becomes corrupted when reopening a project A88001
38020 Exception is thrown when running stored process reports from Forecast Server. A88001
38119 The SASŪ Forecast Studio FSNEWENV macro incorrectly allows you to create a new environment using an existing directory path A88001
38126 A SASŪ Forecast Studio task in SASŪ Add-In for Microsoft Office fails to produce a plot, and shows an insufficient authorization to access error A88001
38141 Scenario analyzer forecasts differ from model forecasts in SASŪ Forecast Studio A88001
38178 ALERT - When including input variables in a SASŪ Forecast Studio model, Scenerio Forecast results might be incorrect A88001
38530 SUBTRACT adjustments specified in the SASŪ Forecast Studio interface are not applied A88001
WindowsReleased: February 26, 2010     Documentation: A88001wn.html D       Download: A88001wn.exe  
Windows for x64Released: March 23, 2010     Documentation: A88001x6.html D       Download: A88001x6.exe  
64-bit Enabled SolarisReleased: February 26, 2010     Documentation: A88001s6.html D       Download: A88001s6.tar  
64-bit Enabled AIXReleased: February 26, 2010     Documentation: A88001r6.html D       Download: A88001r6.tar  
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