Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|E5T001 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T002 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T003 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T004 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T005 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T006 was replaced by E5T008|
|E5T007 was replaced by E5T008|
|SAS Grid Manager Plug-ins for SAS Management Console 9.4_M6|
|63684||Changing the status of a job returns the error "The job ID specified is not found"||E5T001|
|63685||Setting the "Maximum Jobs" value to 0 for a queue causes SAS® Job Flow Scheduler to stop responding||E5T001|
|63686||SAS® Job Flow Scheduler does not schedule jobs from queues with equal priority on a FIFO basis||E5T001|
|63687||A SAS® Grid Manager grid queue fails when it is preempted by multiple queues||E5T001|
|63761||SAS® Visual Analytics delivers more copies of distributed reports than expected||E5T002|
|63894||Rescheduling a flow on the Distributed In-Process Services Scheduling Server causes jobs to be run on both the old and new schedules||E5T002|
|64842||SAS® 9.4 software references Apache Struts libraries that contain known vulnerabilities||E5T003|
|60622||Redeploying a job using SAS® Management Console fails with the "UNKNOWN_ORIGINAL_SOURCE_FILE" error when the deployed job is defined by importing||E5T006|
|64331||SAS® Job Flow Scheduler does not support UNC paths properly on a Microsoft Windows system||E5T006|
|65206||A daily flow in SAS® Job Flow Scheduler does not run on Mondays, even when you select the "Every Weekday" option||E5T006|
|61010||Incorrect values are stored for the common data model when it is used in a SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio campaign||E5T008|
|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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