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Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled Solaris
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|B2T001 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T002 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T003 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T004 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T005 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T006 was replaced by B2T007|
|B2T007 for 64-bit Enabled Solaris|
|SAS High-Performance Risk 3.8|
|60737||SASŪ High-Performance Risk Hot Fix B2T001: Release Notes||B2T001|
|60739||In SASŪ High-Performance Risk, when you attempt to format a date-based Class Variable, an error occurs||B2T001|
|60674||Stress tasks that output SCENTRANS fail when a query uses a subset of cross-classification variables||B2T001|
|61508||When you use RuleType and/or RuleValue columns in scenarios, the values are not handled correctly when importing, exporting, and storing||B2T002|
|61096||In SASŪ High-Performance Risk, risk factor history data are not returned from cube queries in the Scenario Manager||B2T002|
|61059||Referencing the variable PRODUCT in the method code might cause SASŪ High-Performance Risk to stop working||B2T002|
|61060||In SASŪ High-Performance Risk, the project run fails and returns an insufficient memory error||B2T002|
|61155||ALERT - In SASŪ High-Performance Risk, different values might be shown when you create a cube and when you query that cube||B2T003|
|61158||When you use SASŪ High-Performance Risk for cashflow scenarios that use pricing methods, the resulting market state caching is incorrect||B2T003|
|61225||"ERROR: A synchronization signal was not received from the HPRisk Engine" occurs when you use SASŪ High-Performance Risk to process large portfolios||B2T003|
|61421||When you run a Delta-Normal analysis with a single horizon and EVALDATE is not specified, the dates in the UI and in the SimStat data set do not match||B2T004|
|61429||In SASŪ High-Performance Risk, graphics are not displayed for cells in Delta-Normal or covariance side-by-side cubes||B2T004|
|61839||You might encounter slow performance, high-memory usage, or long run times when you run a Delta-Normal analysis in SASŪ High-Performance Risk||B2T005|
|62090||Processing fails with "ERROR: Information could not be read from the HPRisk Engine..." when you use multiple parameter matrices||B2T006|
|62674||You encounter slow performance with project runs for TASK=STRESS that include mitigation in SASŪ High-Performance Risk||B2T006|
|62696||You can include scenarios by name in the SCEN and SCENTRANS output data sets in SASŪ High-Performance Risk||B2T006|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix and have SAS Compiler and Symbolic Differentiator 9.43 installed, you must also install hot fix A7D003.|
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Thread-safe Compiler and Symbolic Differentiator 9.44 installed, you must also install hot fix A7E003.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Risk Dimensions Server Component 6.8 installed, you must also install hot fix D4T001.
|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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