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SAS High-Performance Risk 4.2

Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled AIX

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G2F001 for 64-bit Enabled AIX
SAS High-Performance Risk 4.2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
64668 SAS® High-Performance Risk might issue a warning message when the session encoding differs from the encoding of the cube G2F001
64915 Cubes created using SAS® Event Stream Processing are recognized by SAS® High-Performance Risk as UTF-8 encoded in sessions with a different encoding G2F001
64919 Added functionality to SAS® Model Implementation Platform to support maximum horizon of 0 for specific runs G2F001
64823 ALERT - When opening a risk exploration you might encounter the error "There was a problem displaying the crosstab. No items are available." G2F001
Released: October 17, 2019     Documentation: G2F001r6.html D       Download: G2F001pt.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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