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SAS Model Implementation Platform 3.2

Hot Fix Downloads

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

F6U001 was replaced by F6U002

F6U002
SAS Model Implementation Platform 3.2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
64663 SASĀ® Model Implementation Platform might generate a transition matrix from an existing matrix incorrectly F6U001
64760 An "Unable to Load Published Modeling System" error occurs when importing a SASĀ® Model Implementation Platform export or modeling system file F6U002
64712 'CECL - Attribution Analysis' model displays a failed status and the analysis run returns an error F6U002
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix F7P001 for SAS High-Performance Risk Server Component 4.2.
Windows for x64 Released: September 16, 2019     Documentation: F6U002x6.html D       Download: F6U002pt.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: September 16, 2019     Documentation: F6U002la.html D       Download: F6U002pt.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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