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SAS/ACCESS Interface to Impala 9.43

Hot Fix Downloads for Linux for x64

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

B7D001 was replaced by B7D003

B7D002 was replaced by B7D003

B7D003 for Linux for x64
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Impala 9.43
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
61604 The "Connection refused" error occurs when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Impala with the FREQ and several other in-database procedures B7D001
61608 The "...No more data to read..." error occurs when you run the RANK procedure with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Impala B7D001
62437 Bulk loading to Impala fails with an error when you specify the DSN= option in the LIBNAME statement B7D002
63170 "Unable to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding" occurs after invalid characters are read in an Amazon Redshift, Netezza, or PostgreSQL table B7D003
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix A3Z062 for Base SAS 9.4_M4.
Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: B7D003la.html       Download: B7D003la.zip  
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