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SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 9.21_M1

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SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 9.21_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
39831 Problem occurs with BIGINT data types within SAS® 9.2 A98001
Windows Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001wn.html       Download: A98001wn.exe  
64-bit Enabled HP-UX Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001h6.html       Download: A98001h6.bin  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001s6.html       Download: A98001s6.bin  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001r6.html       Download: A98001r6.bin  
Linux Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001lx.html       Download: A98001lx.bin  
HP-UX IPF Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001hx.html       Download: A98001hx.bin  
Linux for x64 Released: June 21, 2010     Documentation: A98001la.html       Download: A98001la.bin  
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D35001 was replaced by D35006

D35002 was replaced by D35006

D35003 was replaced by D35006

D35004 was replaced by D35006

D35005 was replaced by D35006

SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 9.21_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
41435 The Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) is not supported when you use Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication D35001
41596 Keys and indexes that are associated with Teradata tables are not properly registered or updated in the metadata D35001
41601 Integrity constraints might not import into metadata when you import them from the Teradata database D35001
41669 Teradata FastLoad sessions might fail when you set the SLEEP= and the TENACITY= data set options D35001
43172 A system crash might occur when you run concurrent bulk-loading processes with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata D35001
38873 A UTY4015 access-module error occurs when you use the Teradata MultiLoad utility with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata D35002
43257 The error "WZX: origin buffer overflowed" occurs when you access Teradata tables via SAS/CONNECT® or SAS/SHARE® software D35002
43311 The Teradata Parallel Transporter requires character-set specification for multi-byte clients at library initialization D35002
44420 No members are shown in a Teradata library D35002
44698 The UPSERT data set option is not supported when you are using the Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) with the MULTILOAD data set option D35002
44186 LOGDB is not a supported option when using the Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata D35003
45099 ALERT - When data of type VARCHAR is extracted from a Teradata table with SAS/SHARE® software, the column data is truncated D35003
45789 The default database is used for the log file for Teradata Parallel Transporter instead of the one that is specified in the DATABASE parameter D35004
46045 Null values are loaded as blanks when using the Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) application D35004
46063 One- and two-byte character fields are truncated when you are using SAS/SHARE® with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata D35004
46066 If you apply Hot Fix C71004, the default database is used with TPT instead of the database specified in the DATABASE= option D35004
45162 ALERT - Slow performance and incorrect results might occur if you use DBCREATE_TABLE_OPTS to create a primary index for a Teradata table D35005
50964 When you open a Teradata library in SAS® Enterprise Guide®, the library takes a long time to open D35006
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fixes B25219 and B25226 for Base SAS 9.21_M3.
NOTE: This hot fix is available for Windows for x64. Customers running on all other platforms must install hot fix C71007 instead.
Windows for x64 Released: November 22, 2013     Documentation: D35006x6.html D       Download: D35006x6.exe  
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