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I22002 was replaced by I22134

I22007 was replaced by I22018

I22008 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
39035 The HHMMSS informat reads time values without delimiters I22008
Released: November 01, 2012     Documentation: I22008z6.html       Download: I22008z6.zip  
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I22009 was replaced by I22124

I22010 was replaced by I22124

I22011 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48238 The error "Unable to contact the LDAP server" occurs when you use the LDAPS_OPEN CALL routine I22011
Released: November 09, 2012     Documentation: I22011z6.html       Download: I22011z6.zip  
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I22013 was replaced by I22111

I22014 was replaced by I22064

I22016 was replaced by I22124

I22017 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48980 An error occurs when you use a FILENAME statement with the WEBDAV access method and the RECFM=S option in a binary read routine I22017
Released: January 28, 2013     Documentation: I22017z6.html       Download: I22017z6.zip  
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I22018 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48260 A "Write Access Violation" error might occur when using PROC GREPLAY with the ODS HTML statement I22007
49020 Links to anchored PDF tables from a file generated with ODS PDF always go to the first table I22018
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix I22064 for Base SAS 9.3M2.
To fully implement the fix for the issue described in 48260, you must also apply hot fix I48001.
Released: April 04, 2013     Documentation: I22018z6.html       Download: I22018z6.zip  
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I22019 was replaced by I22064

I22024 was replaced by I22124

I22026 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48956 Using the PRELOADFMT option in a summary procedure and the OTHER= keyword in PROC FORMAT might generate error messages I22026
Released: March 22, 2013     Documentation: I22026z6.html       Download: I22026z6.zip  
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I22027 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
49523 A SAS® session might be unresponsive or errors might occur when you try to access Remote Library Services libraries I22027
Released: March 28, 2013     Documentation: I22027z6.html       Download: I22027z6.zip  
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I22028 was replaced by I22076

I22030 was replaced by I22083

I22031 was replaced by I22124

I22036 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50025 Transporting an FSVIEW formula corrupts the catalog I22036
NOTE: Hot fix B25245 must be applied to your SAS 9.2 TS2M3 installation prior to creating the transport catalog.
Released: August 15, 2013     Documentation: I22036z6.html       Download: I22036z6.zip  
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I22039 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
13861 Secured SAS/SHARE server cannot authenticate 'first.last' userIDs I22039
Released: June 26, 2013     Documentation: I22039z6.html       Download: I22039z6.zip  
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I22040 was replaced by I22083

I22043 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
49965 "ERROR: Read Access Violation FCMP" message occurs when creating a subroutine or function I22043
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix I79008 for SAS Threaded Kernel 9.3 M2.
Released: June 21, 2013     Documentation: I22043z6.html       Download: I22043z6.zip  
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I22047 was replaced by I22098

I22048 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50344 In SAS® 9.3, the KSCAN function does not return a value when the delimiter is a single-byte space I22048
Released: July 31, 2013     Documentation: I22048z6.html       Download: I22048z6.zip  
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I22051 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50576 Using the NLDATE format for the month of July with the Czech locale returns an "Invalid argument" message I22051
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix L12001 for SAS Threaded Kernel User Formats 9.31_M2.
Released: August 09, 2013     Documentation: I22051z6.html       Download: I22051z6.zip  
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I22053 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50647 Erroneous results might be displayed in a PROC PRINT summary row I22053
Released: September 03, 2013     Documentation: I22053z6.html       Download: I22053z6.zip  
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I22054 was replaced by I22124

I22055 was replaced by I22134

I22056 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
40590 The HTTP procedure fails to delete temporary files I22056
Released: September 09, 2013     Documentation: I22056z6.html       Download: I22056z6.zip  
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I22057 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50730 "WARNING: FMPFMT: outbuf too small" might appear unexpectedly when you run SAS/AF® applications that have been migrated to SAS® 9.2 or later I22057
Released: September 19, 2013     Documentation: I22057z6.html       Download: I22057z6.zip  
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I22059 was replaced by I22124

I22060 was replaced by I22124

I22064 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48556 URL links are converted to lower case in the z/OS operating environment I22014
49020 Links to anchored PDF tables from a file generated with ODS PDF always go to the first table I22019
51682 Tables routed to ODS PDF might be drawn without their headers I22064
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix I22018 for Base SAS 9.3M2.
Released: December 09, 2013     Documentation: I22064z6.html       Download: I22064z6.zip  
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I22066 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
51750 Referencing a fileref defined with the URL access method might generate a "Read Access Violation" error I22066
Released: December 05, 2013     Documentation: I22066z6.html       Download: I22066z6.zip  
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I22068 was replaced by I22134

I22069 was replaced by I22124

I22076 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
49482 Looping occurs when the ODS output destination is full I22028
51223 "ERROR: Read Access Violation" or an exception error might occur with PROC PRINT I22076
Released: May 01, 2014     Documentation: I22076z6.html       Download: I22076z6.zip  
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I22081 was replaced by I22124

I22083 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
41550 SMTP email access method randomly fails with "ERROR: Email: The specified address is not available" or "Email server did not respond" I22030
50070 Email messages sent by a SAS® program fail with "ERROR: Invalid number" I22040
52927 The names of e-mail attachments are truncated in z/OS operating environments I22083
53105 A SAS® program to send e-mail fails and returns the error "501 5.1.7 Invalid address" when the SMTP server does not support aliases I22083
Released: June 09, 2014     Documentation: I22083z6.html       Download: I22083z6.zip  
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I22088 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
53778 SAS® does not correctly flag a 450 return code (file in use) from an FTP server as an error I22088
NOTE: This hot fix is temporarily unavailable while a problem is being investigated. An update will be available soon.
Released: August 28, 2014     Documentation: I22088z6.html         
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I22091 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50503 A table in the Metadata Library Engine library might not close after you access it with an SQL view that is created from an SQL procedure step I22091
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fixes I22117 and I22134 for Base SAS 9.3 M2.
Released: August 28, 2014     Documentation: I22091z6.html       Download: I22091z6.zip  
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I22095 was replaced by I22099

I22096 was replaced by I22134

I22098 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
50467 The SAS® Metadata Server log contains an error that the CPU serial is unlicensed even though the serial number matches the setinit information I22047
48994 During termination, a SAS® 9.3 Metadata Server that is executing in a z/OS operating environment might abend with a user 4039 or system 0C2 abend code I22098
Released: October 23, 2014     Documentation: I22098z6.html       Download: I22098z6.zip  
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I22099 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54053 The REPORT procedure might generate an error but incorrectly fails to set SYSERR to a nonzero value I22095
Released: October 16, 2014     Documentation: I22099z6.html       Download: I22099z6.zip  
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I22100 was replaced by I22124

I22101 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54137 On a very high resolution monitor, the VIEWTABLE window might stop responding or the SAS® session might end abruptly I22101
Released: November 14, 2014     Documentation: I22101z6.html       Download: I22101z6.zip  
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I22104 was replaced by I22134

I22108 was replaced by I22124

I22110 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
55512 SAS® functions do not change the case of characters from uppercase to lowercase I22110
Released: April 14, 2015     Documentation: I22110z6.html       Download: I22110z6.zip  
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I22111 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48473 More robust algorithm implemented for properly determining internal rate of return when multiple solutions exist I22013
55525 The FINANCE function with the XIRR parameter might return an error or "Note: Invalid argument to function FINANCE" I22111
Released: May 11, 2015     Documentation: I22111z6.html       Download: I22111z6.zip  
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I22113 was replaced by I22134

I22116 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56267 PROC SQL joins terminate due to excessive memory usage when the join condition uses the LIKE operator I22116
Released: August 06, 2015     Documentation: I22116z6.html       Download: I22116z6.zip  
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I22119 was replaced by I22134

I22120 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56608 The NLPCTw.d format writes garbage characters in front of missing values in the output I22120
Released: October 16, 2015     Documentation: I22120z6.html       Download: I22120z6.zip  
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I22123 was replaced by I22134

I22124 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
48169 Incorrect SYSRC from OPEN function when a password is not specified I22009
48054 Very long lines of syntax may cause a Generic Critical Error or unexpected syntax errors I22010
48412 Text that contains tokens that are longer than 255 characters might not be stored correctly within a compiled macro definition I22010
48439 Global macro variables are incorrectly set within a workspace server I22010
48707 Text Cluster node returns "ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order" I22016
48843 Error may occur if a string is preceded by more than 255 blanks I22016
49146 Using the SASFILE statement for large data sets might produce an error I22024
49389 Tick mark values might overlap on graphs produced by the ODS Graphics Designer or Graph Template Language I22024
49839 You receive an error message indicating the %INCLUDE has encountered an I/O error I22031
50023 SAS® Workspace Server connections do not respond when the process owner does not have access permission to the file specified in a %INCLUDE statement I22031
50584 Syntax error is generated within PROC SQL when a query is inside a macro I22054
51138 A Read-access violation might occur when you perform a correlated subquery using the SQL procedure I22059
51003 Using a %SYMDEL statement within a CALL EXECUTE routine incorrectly deletes local macro variables I22060
51701 ALERT - When you run SAS® Foundation, non-allocated memory might be overwritten I22069
52698 A user 1319 abend occurs in a SAS/SHARE® server I22081
53676 Executing large macros from disk in the z/OS operating environment causes performance loss I22100
54723 Large user-defined formats might cause an insufficient memory message and a message about insufficient contiguous storage I22108
54909 SAS® Drug Development 4.3.2 - Application of J37005 and I22022 Hotfixes results in XLSX files not being picked up in Job Manifest in the Repository I22108
57254 The &SYSCC automatic macro variable returns an incorrect value when the SASAUTOS= system option contains an unmatched quotation mark I22124
57348 SAS® Drug Development 4.3.2 - Incorrect completion status might occur when mismatched or single quotation marks are in SAS® code including for Jobs I22124
NOTE: If you install this hot fix and need the fix documented in SAS Note 49146, you must also install hot fix I22133 for Base SAS 9.3_M2.
If you install this hot fix and need the fix documented in SAS Note 49389, you must also install hot fixes I22025 for Base SAS 9.3_M2
and I16004 for Base SAS JAR Files 9.3_M2.
Released: February 02, 2016     Documentation: I22124z6.html       Download: I22124z6.zip  
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I22128 was replaced by I22134

I22132 was replaced by I22134

I22134 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
47967 "SPDS_ERROR: Column XXXXX could not be found in the table identified with the correlation name YYYYY" when running PROC SQL I22002
44189 Poor performance might occur when you subset against a DB2 binary (raw/bit) data type I22032
47294 Customized metadata column descriptions might be lost when you read data from a database management system (DBMS) table with the META LIBNAME engine I22055
48063 ALERT - An incorrect query might be passed to the database when the query contains inner and outer joins within a subquery I22055
48605 Results generated by the SQL procedure GROUP BY clause might not be correct for tables that contain more than 2 billion rows I22055
49076 Use of a DISTINCT argument in a view in a subquery might cause an exception or cause SAS to fail I22055
49175 ALERT - Incorrect sort information might be placed in the header of a SAS® data set that was created by the SQL procedure I22055
50703 ALERT - An incorrect number of rows are returned from the Extract transformation I22055
50733 An SQL query containing date arithmetic might not be pushed to the underlying database, leading to poor performance I22055
50784 ALERT - SAS® data set headers might contain incorrect SORTED BY information I22055
50797 When the attributes for DBMS tables are defined in SAS® Management Console, new tables based on the existing tables might not have the same attributes I22055
50944 ALERT - The transcode bit might be changed to YES when you join database management system (DBMS) tables with TRANSCODE=NO I22055
51029 Incorrect results occur when you use Japanese queries that contain certain Japanese characters I22055
48585 SQL queries that contain column or inline-view aliases might cause errors when executed against a database using the SAS/ACCESS® software I22068
48831 The wrong column name might be used in a query that is passed to the database management system I22068
50827 ALERT - When you use the COUNT(distinct x) function in the SQL procedure, incorrect counts might be returned I22078
50503 A table in the Metadata Library Engine library might not close after you access it with an SQL view that is created from an SQL procedure step I22079
49962 ALERT - Incorrect results for SQL implicit pass-through queries occur when you use the CALCULATED keyword on a HAVING clause I22096
51712 An 0C4 abend might occur when you access a DB2 table through a SAS/ACCESS® view descriptor I22096
52327 SQL procedure code that used to work properly now leads to issues such as missing table columns, incorrect results, or an incorrect query being passed I22096
54648 ALERT - Including the LENGTH= modifier in an SQL query might result in incorrect results I22104
54751 The BETWEEN operator might re-order values, possibly leading to unexpected results in a linguistic-sensitive environment I22104
54652 ALERT - Running an SQL query that contains the COUNT() function might result in incorrect results I22113
54915 An abend might occur when you are accessing a SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server table on a Linux x64 system I22113
56478 An error occurs when you use the CAST=YES LIBNAME option with an ORDER BY clause or a SELECT DISTINCT clause in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata I22119
50790 An SQLPLAN error might occur when you query a database management system (DBMS) table and the query includes a LENGTH= modifier I22123
50801 Implicit pass-through processing might be disabled, resulting in performance issues I22123
56389 ALERT - When you use the SQL procedure to join multiple DBMS tables, the column used is from an incorrect table I22123
56976 ALERT - When you attempt to subset an SQL view, you might get incorrect results I22123
56979 A segmentation violation or Read access violation might occur when you are accessing a DBMS table via the SQL procedure I22123
56981 A simple join might not be not passed to the database, resulting in poor performance I22123
57014 Using a PUT function with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC might cause a segmentation violation in Base SAS® I22123
57048 Results of a join operation might differ depending on whether the join is done by the database or by the SAS® software I22123
57899 ALERT - PROC SQL returns incorrect results reading from an In-Line View or an SQL View I22128
61621 Performance issues or an ORA-01841 error might occur when querying a DBMS table I22132
62752 Incorrect results are generated when you use multiple views with the SQL procedure I22134
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fixes I22091, I22117, and I22118 for Base SAS 9.3 M2.
Released: November 15, 2018     Documentation: I22134z6.html       Download: I22134z6.zip  
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S36001 was replaced by S36008

S36002 was replaced by S36008

S36003 was replaced by S36008

S36004 was replaced by S36008

S36005 was replaced by S36008

S36006 was replaced by S36008

S36007 was replaced by S36008

S36008 for z/OS 64-bit
SAS/Secure SSL 9.3_M2 hot fix for Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54374 ALERT - Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products is susceptible to the POODLE security vulnerability S36001
48142 The SAS® Metadata Server might not respond when you use SSL with direct LDAP authentication S36001
50747 A client machine connects to a server machine even when the connection should not be allowed S36001
53245 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (05 Jun 2014) exist in SAS/SECURE software S36001
54073 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (6 Aug 2014) exist in SAS/SECURE software S36001
55767 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (19 Mar 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S36002
56385 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (11 Jun 2015 and 9 Jul 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S36004
57686 OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (4 Dec 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S36005
58391 OpenSSL version 1.0.2h is available for SAS® 9.3 and 9.4 on UNIX and z/OS S36006
58785 ALERT - The HTTP procedure generates an exception error S36006
59244 OpenSSL vulnerabilities exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products (OpenSSL advisories through 26 September 2016) S36007
61700 OpenSSL vulnerabilities exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products (OpenSSL advisories through 02 November 2017) S36008
Released: January 15, 2018      D         
IMPORTANT: Please contact SAS Technical Support for information on accessing this hot fix and reference SAS Note 61700
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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Y62001 for z/OS 64-bit
Base 9.3_M2 hot fix for Base SAS 9.3_M2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
57781 The YIELDP function returns "NOTE: Invalid argument to function YIELDP" Y62001
Released: March 07, 2016     Documentation: Y62001z6.html       Download: Y62001z6.zip  
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