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Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|J37001 was replaced by J37009|
|J37002 was replaced by J37009|
|J37003 was replaced by J37009|
|J37004 was replaced by J37009|
|J37005 was replaced by J37009|
|J37006 was replaced by J37009|
|J37007 was replaced by J37009|
|J37008 was replaced by J37009|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 9.3_M2|
|49017||Character strings are truncated at 255 characters when you are using the ACCESSCS driver with UTF-8 and DBCS encodings of SAS® data||J37001|
|49114||An error is generated when the EXPORT procedure is used to route JMP® output to the _webout file reference||J37001|
|51580||The XLSX engine is enhanced to write multiple sheets per Microsoft Excel file in the first maintenance release of SAS® 9.3 (TS1M1)||J37001|
|52420||An unreadable content error might occur when you open Microsoft Excel files that are created with PROC EXPORT and DBMS=XLSX||J37001|
|50342||"Floating Point Exception" and "Invalid Operation" errors occur when you export exponential numbers to XLSX files using the XLSX driver||J37002|
|49016||Some characters are lost when hankaku-kana Japanese characters are exported using the XLSX driver||J37003|
|52352||Formulas in Excel are not recalculated automatically when you update sheets with the EXPORT procedure and DBMS=XLSX in SAS® 9.3 and SAS® 9.4||J37004|
|51869||ALERT - Incorrect data occurs in Excel columns if you export more than 675 columns when using the XLSX engine||J37005|
|52835||ALERT - Exporting to Microsoft Access files puts incorrect data into the file when there are dates in the first column||J37005|
|56732||Date values might be off by one day when you export data to Microsoft Excel files and using the EXCELCS driver||J37006|
|57629||A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet created in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files cannot be data loaded in SAS® Enterprise GRC||J37007|
|60060||Characters are not transcoded correctly when exporting Wlatin2-encoded data to Microsoft Excel using the SAS® PC Files Server||J37009|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix I22022 for Base SAS 9.3M2.|
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.31M1 installed, you must also install hot fix J39004.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to ODBC 9.3M2 installed, you must also install hot fix J40004.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS PC Files Server 9.31_M1 installed, you must also install hot fix L90002.
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