Providing software solutions since 1976
Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|B6T001 was replaced by B6T007|
|B6T002 was replaced by B6T007|
|B6T003 was replaced by B6T007|
|B6T004 was replaced by B6T007|
|B6T005 was replaced by B6T007|
|B6T006 was replaced by B6T007|
|SAS Management Console 9.4_M5|
|60769||File events are not mapped correctly after importing a flow||B6T001|
|61412||Application server contexts are not visible in the Refresh Application Server dialog box in SASŪ Management Console||B6T001|
|60545||Values for the date-and-time range are displayed incorrectly in SASŪ Customer Intelligence Studio||B6T003|
|62194||The command for a job is not updated when you redeploy a job and select a new batch server in the Schedule Manager plug-in for SASŪ Management Console||B6T003|
|62390||OLAP-based SASŪ Web Report Studio reports that include multiple prompted filters might exhibit poor performance||B6T003|
|62559||SASŪ Management Console in the Korean language displays the wrong GMT Time Zone settings when creating a SASŪ Stored Process Report||B6T005|
|62763||You receive a "Failed to commit flow: Duplicate flow" error after you manually reschedule a flow to an IBM Platform Process Manager server||B6T005|
|55537||ALERT - A reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Logon Manager||B6T006|
|63051||A date prompt for a report incorrectly displays August instead of September when you use the Russian locale||B6T006|
|57996||The SASŪ Data Integration Studio SCD Type 2 Loader transformation does not honor user-supplied RDBMS options||B6T007|
|60407||SASŪ Data Integration Studio stops responding when you attempt to open a job||B6T007|
|62082||The metadata-generation job 'Create job for scheduling' fails when you attempt to open the job's properties||B6T007|
|62382||The 'Create job for scheduling' metadata-generation job fails in SASŪ Customer Intelligence Studio||B6T007|
|62579||You see "...Invalid object name..." after PROC SQL pass-through code creates an INSERT statement that excludes ## symbols from a temporary table name||B6T007|
|63039||The Rank transformation in SASŪ Data Integration Studio does not observe the mapping that is defined on the "Mappings" tab||B6T007|
|63041||The SCHEMA= option is omitted from the connection string during pass-through processing in Apache Hadoop, and unexpected results occur||B6T007|
|63076||The SCD Type 2 Loader transformation does not apply target-table options to intermediate tables that are created for SQL pass-through processing||B6T007|
|63114||The "Preserve deployed value" selection for the "Batch Server" and "Location" options is not observed when you redeploy multiple jobs||B6T007|
|63222||Business Rules transformations in SASŪ Data Integration Studio cannot display an object with a minor version number greater than 99||B6T007|
|63299||Column mappings in a job are lost after partial promotion into your SASŪ Data Integration Studio environment||B6T007|
|63434||Advanced options for a Join transformation are not retained after a job is saved, closed, and reopened||B6T007|
PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT ("AGREEMENT") BEFORE DOWNLOADING MATERIALS FROM THIS SITE. BY DOWNLOADING ANY MATERIALS FROM THIS SITE, YOU ARE AGREEING TO THESE TERMS.
You are downloading software code ("Code") which will become part of a product ("Software") you currently have licensed from SAS Institute Inc. or one of its subsidiaries ("the Institute"). this Code is designed to either correct an error in the Software or to add functionality to the Software. The code is governed by the same agreement which governs the Software. If you do not have an existing agreement with the Institute governing the Software, you may not download the Code.
SAS and all other SAS Institute Inc. product or service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. ® indicates USA registration. Other brand and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
Copyright © 2019 SAS Institute Inc. All Rights Reserved.