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Hot Fix Downloads for Windows for x64
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|K63001 was replaced by K63002|
|K63002 for Windows for x64|
|SAS Data Integration Studio 4.6|
|48084||A new database library cannot be created when you invoke the Advanced Options feature during setup in SASŪ 9.3 Management Console||K63001|
|48858||The Data Validation transformation does not move records to the Error Records table||K63001|
|49995||Code for the macro variable OPTEmitSQL is incorrect when the prompt type Data Source Column is used with the option "Emit SQL Syntax for column"||K63001|
|50006||"Error writing to output file..." occurs when using the WebSphere Queue Reader transformation||K63001|
|50055||A SASŪ Data Integration job fails with an error when you are using the Table Loader transformation||K63001|
|50056||The Metadata Importer comparison mode in SASŪ Data Integration Studio fails when Integrated Windows Authentication is used||K63001|
|50207||A .sas file that is associated with the SASŪ Data Integration Studio Deployed Job object can be written to the wrong SASŪ Workspace Server||K63001|
|50215||The Teradata Loader transformation generates code that will not run in the database||K63001|
|50637||Performance degradation occurs when using a SASŪ Scalable Performance Data Server table in SASŪ Data Integration Studio||K63001|
|50650||The SCD Type 2 Loader might incorrectly update records in the target table||K63001|
|50652||Jobs that contain Business Rule transformations might be incomplete after promotion across metadata environments||K63001|
|50667||The SQL Join transformation generates incorrect code for SASŪ Data Integration jobs migrated to SASŪ Data Integration Studio 4.3 or later||K63001|
|50684||Source code is missing for a user-written External File that is migrated to SASŪ Data Integration Studio 4.2 or later||K63001|
|50685||The variables Etls_Table and Lib are set to 0 in the Job Status table||K63001|
|50832||Using User Written External File objects trigger unnecessary SASŪ Workspace Server sessions||K63001|
|50860||Prompts that reference a dynamic list from a data source fail with an error in SASŪ Data Integration Studio||K63001|
|50866||Errors occur when you promote metadata content from SASŪ Data Integration Studio 3.4 to a later release with National Language Support||K63001|
|50874||The Insert Rows transformation does not generate code for status handling in SASŪ Data Integration Studio||K63001|
|50876||Job Statistics Reporting might report incorrect statistics for the record count||K63001|
|50925||The Import SAS Code Wizard fails when the code contains a SASŪ Scalable Performance Data Server library or a database management system library||K63001|
|50970||The SCD Type 2 Loader incorrectly resolves a macro variable reference for database management schema names||K63001|
|51647||Message reads are not backed out when errors occur during WebSphere Queue Reader transformation processing||K63001|
|59403||"Error reading metadata: Insufficient memory" occurs when you rename a library in SASŪ Data Integration Studio||K63002|
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