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SAS Risk Dimensions Server Component 5.2_M1

Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled AIX

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B42001 was replaced by B42002

B42002 for 64-bit Enabled AIX
SAS Risk Dimensions Server Component 5.2_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
39023 ALERT - The error message "ERROR: Write Access Violation In Task [ RISK ]" occurs when you run a simulation analysis project B42001
39024 ALERT - Methods fail to load when a long environment name is specified B42001
39025 ALERT - Memory limit is reached when you perform a mixed simulation B42001
39026 ALERT - Registering a portfolio source takes a significant amount of time B42001
39027 The error "ERROR: Read Access Violation In Task [ RISK ]" is generated when you run a project in parts B42001
39028 The error message "ERROR: Read Access Violation In Task [ RISK ]" is generated during risk processing B42001
39253 Risk factors might not be listed in the analysis selection window in the SAS® Risk Dimensions Java client B42001
39266 Cumulative bucket amounts in the ALGaps output data set are incorrect when BUCKETTYPE=ALL for cashflow analysis B42001
39374 The error "ERROR: Variable is not on file .STATES" occurs when you execute a simulation analysis in SAS® Risk Dimensions® B42001
39618 The sample data generates "ERROR: More than 40 errors occurred due to invalid name variable values. Additional errors were not reported." B42001
42571 Cash flows with maturity dates before the start date or after the end date are bucketed incorrectly B42002
42792 Cashflow bucket start type specification is not observed in a SAS® Risk Dimensions® project B42002
Released: June 21, 2011     Documentation: B42002r6.html       Download: B42002r6.bin  
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