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Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled AIX
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|D70001 was replaced by D70002|
|D70002 for 64-bit Enabled AIX|
|SAS OpRisk Monitor 4.1_M3|
|39134||Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) updates are available for SASŪ OpRisk Monitor 4.1||D70001|
|37006||Assessment scores are blank in the risk profile||D70001|
|38737||Standard Risk Event Type incorrectly appears as an item choice||D70001|
|38744||ORP information does not appear when you are editing or creating an incident (loss event)||D70001|
|38745||Setting a user-specified base amount for an incident||D70001|
|38747||New functionality allows you to avoid entering a change reason when you approve Action Plans||D70001|
|39168||Scores for risks with the same Risk Event Type that are created after plan/scope are not pushed properly to the risk profile||D70001|
|38730||Links to "Create Financial Effect" and "Create Direct Recovery" tasks appear even when you do not have permission||D70001|
|38742||Blank auxiliary fields on related issues are incorrectly populated by information from the main issue||D70001|
|38746||The list of risks to a control is unfiltered even when the constrain by mappings check box is selected||D70001|
|38748||Images might not display correctly if locale is set to Russian||D70001|
|38750||An Invalid Query error appears when you attempt to query the Controls table using the Control Type or Cause Type fields||D70001|
|38909||A blank screen appears when you enter non-numeric characters in the Base Amount field||D70001|
|38911||An "interacting with the database" error appears when you save a form that has a blank Base Amount field||D70001|
|39215||Recent assessments are not accessible from the current assessment||D70001|
|39216||The validator and the business owner cannot view an attachment that is added in a risk||D70001|
|39226||A framework error occurs in SASŪ OpRisk Monitor when you enter text in the Base Amount field||D70001|
|39227||An Action Plan is published before the corresponding Issue is published in SASŪ OpRisk Monitor||D70001|
|39228||The Web application Key Risk Indicator color does not match the report color on boundary values in SASŪ OpRisk Monitor||D70001|
|39372||European calendar "day of the week" labels are not correct in SASŪ OpRisk Monitor||D70001|
|39373||ALERT - The computed amount is not updated when the currency rate is updated in SASŪ OpRisk Monitor||D70001|
|40389||The dynamic measure columns of the Recent Assessments table do not display sorted by column name||D70001|
|40395||The rating group help text does not support HTML formatting||D70001|
|40397||After saving a new questionnaire object, the questionnaire remains locked||D70001|
|40401||You can delete an Incident without the Delete permission||D70001|
|40402||The new computed measure value is not displayed on an assessment of controls||D70001|
|44054||When you validate an Incident, the values for Estimated Amount and Maximum Potential Amount are deleted||D70002|
|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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