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Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|A9A001 was replaced by A9A003|
|A9A002 was replaced by A9A003|
|SAS Model Manager 14.2|
|56657||The SASŪ Model Manager %run_report macro deletes some data sets from SASŪ work library||A9A001|
|56712||Publishing a SASŪ Model Manager project to a Teradata database does not work properly if the Teradata database is not a user database||A9A001|
|60300||Executing a scoring task in SASŪ Model Manager gives a "statement is not valid ..." error for some HP forest models produced by SASŪ Enterprise Miner||A9A001|
|60301||Retraining a model fails with a "character operand was found in the %EVAL function ... macro MM_CALL_REST_SERVICE will stop executing" error||A9A001|
|60404||SASŪ Model Manager returns "ERROR: Error in the FILENAME statement" when multiple ASTORE models are selected||A9A001|
|60524||Multiple sets of quotation marks around values for publishing UDF to Greenplum returns "ERROR: CLI error trying to establish connection ..."||A9A001|
|60425||Creating a model profile report fails with "ERROR: A character operand was found ..." when a user ID contains a hyphen||A9A001|
|60069||Opening a SASŪ Model Manager project might take several minutes when the project contains many models||A9A001|
|60298||When duplicating rules in SASŪ Business Rules Manager, a "This field is required" error is displayed even though a version is specified||A9A001|
|60382||The SASŪ Enterprise Decision Management smart object gives an "Invalid data set name ..." error when processing three-level names||A9A001|
|60427||Publishing a model project to a database fails with "The champion model ... could not be published ..." even though the project is published||A9A001|
|60438||Running an HP Forest scoring task fails, and "ERROR: Physical file does not exist, fitstats.xml" is displayed||A9A001|
|60071||The MM_CreateModelDataset macro takes more time than expected to finish for some SASŪ Model Manager folders||A9A001|
|61048||Calling %MM_ScorePortfolioMoldes might fail with "ERROR: Could not generate formats text file"||A9A002|
|61170||The %MM_GetModelFile() score.sas file includes incorrect content, and "errorCode ... 417 ...GetTextFile ERROR: Java exception ..." might be included||A9A002|
|61001||SASŪ Model Manager ignores a modified-variable's length if your modified value ends with 0 (zero)||A9A002|
|61004||Logging on to SASŪ Model Manager returns an error dialog box with the message "The application has encountered a problem ..."||A9A002|
|61009||SASŪ Model Manager does not insert a record into a publish-history table when publishing a model project that has more than 36 characters||A9A002|
|61049||Running a performance task for a random-forest model registered from SASŪ Factory Miner in a DBCS environment does not produce performance charts||A9A002|
|61345||Entering http://host:port/SASModelManager/ in an internet browser displays all projects or models in a SASŪ Model Manager repository||A9A003|
|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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