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SAS Studio 3.7

Hot Fix Downloads for Solaris for x64

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

C7W001 was replaced by C7W002

C7W002 for Solaris for x64
SAS Studio 3.7
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
62389 SAS® Studio stops responding on the "Initializing" display when you use Google Chrome version 67 and later C7W001
62401 The SAS® Studio Server Files and Folders tree and the Libraries tree might lose focus with certain actions C7W001
62402 You receive "ERROR: Invalid object specified to bridge protocol engine" in SAS® Studio C7W001
62466 SAS® Studio might spawn extraneous workspace server processes C7W001
61927 You might experience a delay in SAS® Studio when you attempt to create a filter on a large Hadoop (Hive) table C7W002
62541 SAS® Studio contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability C7W002
62542 SAS® Studio contains an XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability C7W002
62611 SAS® Studio contains an HTTP response-splitting vulnerability C7W002
62678 SAS® Studio contains an SQL Injection vulnerability C7W002
62907 SAS® Studio file shortcuts are vulnerable to cross-site scripting C7W002
63388 SAS® Studio contains a buffer-overflow vulnerability C7W002
63452 SAS® Studio might enable remote code execution via Java reflection C7W002
63530 SAS® Studio 3.7 and later releases do not honor the "Log user off on timeout" middle-tier security policy setting C7W002
63662 A misleading error message that says "Unable to copy PDF stream" is displayed in the SAS® Studio log file under certain conditions C7W002
Released: March 13, 2019     Documentation: C7W002sx.html D       Download: C7W002pt.zip  
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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