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Base SAS 9.4_M1

Hot Fix Downloads for z/OS 64-bit

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E9J001 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
63973 An update is needed to provide support for the Reiwa era in NENGO and JNENGO formats and informats E9J001
Released: April 24, 2019     Documentation: E9J001z6.html       Download: E9J001z6.zip  
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M88002 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52029 The OUT2= option in the CONTENTS procedure incorrectly generates a data set with one observation when no indexes exist on the input data set M88002
Released: February 24, 2014     Documentation: M88002z6.html       Download: M88002z6.zip  
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M88005 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52272 A memory leak causes performance degradation in the SAS® Metadata Server M88005
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix N32001 for Threaded Kernel IOM 9.4_M1 to fully implement the fix for the issue described in 52272.
Released: March 04, 2014     Documentation: M88005z6.html       Download: M88005z6.zip  
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M88006 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52340 An access violation occurs when you use implicit pass-through code with SAS/SHARE® software's Remote Library Services M88006
Released: March 14, 2014     Documentation: M88006z6.html       Download: M88006z6.zip  
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M88008 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52250 SAS/AF® Process Flow Diagrams might not function correctly if you remove arrows using SCLC code M88008
Released: March 06, 2014     Documentation: M88008z6.html       Download: M88008z6.zip  
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M88013 was replaced by M88031

M88016 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
51750 Referencing a fileref defined with the URL access method might generate a "Read Access Violation" error M88016
Released: May 06, 2014     Documentation: M88016z6.html       Download: M88016z6.zip  
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M88019 was replaced by M88057

M88021 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52927 The names of e-mail attachments are truncated in z/OS operating environments M88021
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 M88021
Released: June 09, 2014     Documentation: M88021z6.html       Download: M88021z6.zip  
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M88025 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52663 Katakana characters are not generated when you use the KANA option with the KCVT function to convert a KANA string in SAS® 9.4 M88025
Released: July 22, 2014     Documentation: M88025z6.html       Download: M88025z6.zip  
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M88029 was replaced by M88037

M88031 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52603 The KSCAN function becomes unresponsive in a SAS® 9.4 Unicode session M88013
53995 SAS® 9.4 becomes unresponsive when you use the KINDEX function in a Unicode session M88031
Released: August 29, 2014     Documentation: M88031z6.html       Download: M88031z6.zip  
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M88032 was replaced by M88050

M88034 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54137 On a very high resolution monitor, the VIEWTABLE window might stop responding or the SAS® session might end abruptly M88034
Released: October 30, 2014     Documentation: M88034z6.html       Download: M88034z6.zip  
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M88036 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54333 An "insufficient memory" error might be generated when you read large XML files with the XMLV2 LIBNAME engine M88036
Released: October 28, 2014     Documentation: M88036z6.html       Download: M88036z6.zip  
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M88037 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
53914 Using the FILEREF and FEXIST functions with a FILENAME FTP data set in SAS® 9.4 might return incorrect values M88029
Released: October 29, 2014     Documentation: M88037z6.html       Download: M88037z6.zip  
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M88042 was replaced by M88050

M88047 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
51549 The B8601DT, E8601DT, E8601DZ, and TOD formats write midnight as 24:00:00 rather than 00:00:00 M88047
Released: March 06, 2015     Documentation: M88047z6.html       Download: M88047z6.zip  
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M88050 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54168 Using the DBCREATE_TABLE_OPTS= data set option to create a temporary Teradata table might fail and return an execute error M88032
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 M88042
54658 When you submit a query with a WHERE clause, you might get unexpected results M88042
56256 Querying a relational DBMS table using the IN clause operator might return unexpected results M88050
NOTE: If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 9.4M1 installed, you must also install hot fix R32001 for SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 9.4M1.
Released: July 27, 2015     Documentation: M88050z6.html       Download: M88050z6.zip  
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M88051 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56703 If you use the OVERRIDE= option in PROC COPY to override data representation or to override encryption, the action is unsuccessful M88051
Released: October 05, 2015     Documentation: M88051z6.html       Download: M88051z6.zip  
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M88052 was replaced by M88057

M88057 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
53287 Using the $VARYING. format in a LINE statement in PROC REPORT might generate more output than you expect in the LISTING destination M88019
54932 GROUP or ORDER variable values might be blank or incorrect when written out via a LINE statement in a COMPUTE BEFORE _PAGE_ block in PROC REPORT M88052
Released: March 18, 2016     Documentation: M88057z6.html       Download: M88057z6.zip  
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M88058 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
57706 Double-byte characters set data is truncated in the output of the FREQ procedure M88058
Released: February 24, 2016     Documentation: M88058z6.html       Download: M88058z6.zip  
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M88067 was replaced by M88069

M88069 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
60564 Running the METALIB procedure results in a segmentation violation and duplicate index objects M88067
62549 Tables registered in metadata by the METALIB procedure do not show in the Libraries listing in SAS® Enterprise Guide® M88069
Released: July 16, 2018     Documentation: M88069z6.html       Download: M88069z6.zip  
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N22001 was replaced by N22016

N22002 was replaced by N22015

N22003 was replaced by N22015

N22004 was replaced by N22015

N22005 was replaced by N22015

N22006 was replaced by N22015

N22007 was replaced by N22015

N22008 was replaced by N22015

N22009 was replaced by N22016

N22010 was replaced by N22016

N22011 was replaced by N22015

N22012 was replaced by N22016

N22013 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
59167 A 403 error occurs when you load segments into SAS® Customer Intelligence 360 from SAS® Customer Intelligence N22013
Released: October 21, 2016     Documentation: N22013z6.html       Download: N22013z6.zip  
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N22014 was replaced by N22016

N22015 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
52540 Required SAS® 9.4_M1 hot fix for SAS® Visual Analytics 6.4 N22001
52887 SAS® Enterprise Guide® and the SAS® Add-In for Microsoft Office might not display output SAS® data sets that are created by a stored process N22002
53195 Macros are not executing from memory on z/OS operating systems N22003
53211 A traceback error might be generated if an error occurs within a macro N22004
53676 Executing large macros from disk in the z/OS operating environment causes performance loss N22004
53841 An extraneous underscore might be added to an ODS RTF TEXT= value N22005
54059 The SAS/IntrNet® Application Dispatcher stops responding when a SAS® program creates a PDF document N22006
54549 A SAS® program that uses PROC PRINTTO with a FILENAME that uses the EMAIL engine fails with a system 0C4 in SAS® 9.4 N22007
54723 Large user-defined formats might cause an insufficient memory message and a message about insufficient contiguous storage N22008
54989 An error occurs when you use PROC COPY to copy a metadata-bound data set with a recorded encryption key to a non-bound library N22008
39915 ODS PDF TEXT= produces a header "Continuing contents of page NN" N22008
54106 ODS PDF bookmarks link to an incorrect table N22008
57138 Data tips might be displayed as raw HTML in your web browser when you create ODS Graphics output in a z/OS operating environment N22011
57254 The &SYSCC automatic macro variable returns an incorrect value when the SASAUTOS= system option contains an unmatched quotation mark N22011
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 N22011
Released: January 27, 2017     Documentation: N22015z6.html       Download: N22015z6.zip  
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N22016 for z/OS 64-bit
Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
55199 An upgrade of SAS® 9.4 software might fail or an out-of-memory condition might occur and result in the corruption of metadata N22001
52796 A grid-launched workspace server fails to start when you use Microsoft Integrated Windows Authentication N22009
53765 The load balancer might fail when it tries to reuse a grid-launched, pooled workspace server N22009
53944 A SAS® Workspace Server connection failure can occur in SAS® Studio when you use SAS® token authentication N22009
53770 An orphaned gridrun.exe process occurs when users close a SAS® Enterprise Guide® session that is running in a SAS® grid environment N22009
54819 High job submission rates might result in grid-launched workspace servers failing to start N22009
55021 Clustered SAS® Metadata Servers lose their quorum status N22009
55014 The SAS® import procedure fails and returns errors to the SAS® Metadata Server log file N22009
55945 A SAS Metadata Server backup with the "Reorganize repositories" option enabled might damage the Foundation repository N22010
55985 The error "Too many files are open" is logged when you have clustered SAS® Metadata Servers N22010
56751 SAS® 9.4 Metadata Server cluster might become unresponsive after a user bulkload program is completed N22012
57367 A SAS® 9.4 metadata user bulk load can take many hours to complete when the SAS® Metadata Server is clustered N22012
59329 SAS® Metadata Server becomes unresponsive or crashes with an AccessViolation error N22014
59404 A security vulnerability exists in SAS® Metadata Server N22016
NOTE: You must also install hot fix R37001 for SAS Studio 3.1_M1 to fully implement the fix for the issue described in 53944.

You must also install hot fix N27004 for SAS Threaded Kernel Grid 9.4_M1 to fully implement the fix for the issue described in 54819.
Released: February 23, 2017     Documentation: N22016z6.html       Download: N22016z6.zip  
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S32001 was replaced by S32007

S32002 was replaced by S32007

S32003 was replaced by S32007

S32004 was replaced by S32007

S32005 was replaced by S32007

S32006 was replaced by S32007

S32007 for z/OS 64-bit
SAS/Secure SSL 9.4_M1 hot fix for Base SAS 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
53245 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (05 Jun 2014) exist in SAS/SECURE™ software S32001
54073 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (6 Aug 2014) exist in SAS/SECURE™ software S32001
54374 ALERT - Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products is susceptible to the POODLE security vulnerability S32001
53953 Errors might occur when you connect to a server with SAS® clients and programs that use the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol S32001
55767 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (19 Mar 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S32002
56161 Error messages appear in the SAS® log and the step terminates when you use the AUTHTLS option in the FILENAME FTP statement S32002
56385 ALERT - OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (11 Jun 2015 and 9 Jul 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S32003
57686 OpenSSL security vulnerabilities (4 Dec 2015) exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products S32004
58391 OpenSSL version 1.0.2h is available for SAS® 9.3 and 9.4 on UNIX and z/OS S32005
58785 ALERT - The HTTP procedure generates an exception error S32005
59244 OpenSSL vulnerabilities exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products (OpenSSL advisories through 26 September 2016) S32006
61700 OpenSSL vulnerabilities exist in the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) capability in SAS® Foundation products (OpenSSL advisories through 02 November 2017) S32007
Released: February 16, 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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