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SAS Forecast Analyst Workbench 5.3_M1

Hot Fix Downloads for Windows for x64

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

B3L001 was replaced by B3L004

B3L002 was replaced by B3L004

B3L003 was replaced by B3L004

B3L004 for Windows for x64
SAS Forecast Analyst Workbench 5.3_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
60329 The forecast creation process has poor performance after you add one level of chaining in a product lifecyle management relationship B3L001
60377 Common attributes are not used when a forecast plan is refreshed in SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench B3L001
61073 Performance might be slow when diagnosing a plan with time series below the forecast leaf level in SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench B3L001
61128 SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench faw_0201_load_stage_to_sdl job has poor performance B3L001
61147 The plan creation process is slow in SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench B3L001
60506 The graph in the Changed Time Series tab in the Model Management Workspace displays incorrect information for the Spanish and Russian languages B3L001
61146 SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench and SAS® Inventory Optimization Workbench might fail to open after upgrading to SAS® 9.4 TS1M5 B3L001
61462 Custom models might not sort correctly in SAS® Forecast Analyst Workbench B3L002
63515 The forecast for an existing product might be missing B3L003
63709 An "ERROR: BY variables are not properly sorted..." error might occur when you add more than one new product forecast project to an existing project B3L004
Released: April 12, 2019     Documentation: B3L004x6.html D       Download: B3L004pt.zip  
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