Hot Fix Downloads for Windows for x64
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|I51001 was replaced by I51002|
|I51002 for Windows for x64|
|Risk Dimensions Offering 5.31|
|44037||"ERROR: Read Access Violation In Task [ RISK ]" message occurs when running a cash flow analysis||I51001|
|44077||Reports are empty in the SAS® Risk Dimensions® GUI||I51001|
|45823||Spawned project results might be incorrect when a trading group is specified||I51001|
|45924||"ERROR: A lock is not available for RSKPARTS.SIMSTATE.DATA." when distributing the positions in a portfolio across nodes||I51001|
|45926||ALERT - PROC COMPILE trade method "ERROR: You cannot access variable
|45953||SURFACE_VALUE function returns incorrect results||I51001|
|45958||"ERROR: All PRICING methods must assign the _VALUE_ variable." message when the _VALUE_ variable is assigned in READ_SCENARIO_CF||I51001|
|46323||Cash flows received on bucket dates are misbucketed||I51001|
|46411||When using the READ_SCENARIO_CF CALL routine to read in elements of _cashflow_ structures, the repricing index, RepDate, might start at 2||I51001|
|46807||Mitigation rules require a long time to run||I51001|
|46920||A risk factor is not perturbed when set by a transformation method and in a category that is used for marginal or conditional analysis||I51001|
|46924||Cash flows do not bucket if READ_SCENARIO_CF is used and no maturity is specified||I51001|
|46927||The mitigation utility file gets very large, processing stops, and "ERROR: Insufficient space in file XXYABB.ALL_REG_REGULATORY.PUTILITY.." appears||I51001|
|47222||ALERT - If the base case value is missing, the pricing method is not run for non-base case market states; results based on output variables can be incorrect||I51001|
|47315||ALERT - If _cash_ is a missing value, the final output values should also be missing values||I51001|
|47347||Outvar value can be overwritten by _value_ if ALLCASHFLOW output data set is specified with the OUTALL and ALLPRICE output data sets not specified||I51001|
|48012||MarginalVaR and ConditionalVaR are zero (0) when performing a cash flow simulation analysis||I51001|
|48033||Potentially incorrect results when using transformation methods and Delta-Normal analysis||I51001|
|48140||Incorrect handling of cash flow legs when buckets are of unequal lengths||I51001|
|48219||PostVaR variables have missing values in Scen output data set when running multiple PostVaR methods||I51001|
|48075||NumberFormatException received because the numerical format of the user locale is not recognized in the Curve Tool Prompt||I51001|
|46321||Reverse prorate of cash flows cannot be performed||I51002|
|53909||Mixed simulation with conditional normal distribution produces incorrect conditional mean||I51002|
|53892||The SAS® Risk Management for Banking user interface stops responding when you create a scenario that contains a large number of risk factors||I51002|
|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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