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SAS/ACCESS Interface to SAP HANA 9.44

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D9E001
SAS/ACCESS Interface to SAP HANA 9.44
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
63170 "Unable to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding" occurs after invalid characters are read in an Amazon Redshift, Netezza, or PostgreSQL table D9E001
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix B6Q057 for Base SAS 9.4_M5.
Windows for x64 Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001x6.html       Download: D9E001x6.zip  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001s6.html       Download: D9E001s6.zip  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001r6.html       Download: D9E001r6.zip  
HP-UX IPF Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001hx.html       Download: D9E001hx.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001la.html       Download: D9E001la.zip  
Solaris for x64 Released: January 02, 2019     Documentation: D9E001sx.html       Download: D9E001sx.zip  
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