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Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|S15001 was replaced by S15006|
|S15002 was replaced by S15006|
|S15003 was replaced by S15006|
|S15004 was replaced by S15006|
|S15005 was replaced by S15006|
|SAS Model Manager 13.1|
|54463||Creating a Model Profile report returns "ERROR: Expected an element name ..."||S15001|
|54680||Removing Netezza scoring function "ERROR: invalid database name 'SASLIB', does not exist" shows in log, but not in SASŪ Model Manager||S15001|
|54681||Variable Distribution and Stability Charts show a different number of data points from the input Characteristic and Stability data sets||S15001|
|54714||Stability and Characteristic carts might contain too many points||S15001|
|54715||The Variable Distribution chart uses only the first 200 records from the mm_charsummary data set||S15001|
|54716||Duplicate percentile observations are displayed in the Lift Chart for a retrained model||S15001|
|54081||The post-installation instructions for SASŪ Model Manager hot fix J29004 have a typographical error in Step 3.6||S15001|
|55293||SASŪ Model Manager incorrectly displays the variables in the Input variables list when you create a scoring output table definition||S15002|
|55286||If you use the %mdlmgr_AddProject macro to create a project, then the Inputs or the Outputs of the created project might not be complete||S15002|
|56855||"Database" is displayed instead of "Directory Path" in the Remove Published Models window||S15003|
|56657||The SASŪ Model Manager %run_report macro deletes some data sets from SASŪ work library||S15003|
|56712||Publishing a SASŪ Model Manager project to a Teradata database does not work properly if the Teradata database is not a user database||S15003|
|56715||SASŪ Model Manager fails to publish a project to a Teradata database and an error "Invalid option name @ ..." is displayed||S15003|
|56729||Retraining a model in SASŪ Model Manager returns "ERROR: MM_SetModelMapping: Procedure failed, RC = -S- ..."||S15003|
|56854||Creating a dashboard in SASŪ Model Manager fails, and the SASŪ log displays "java.lang.NumberFormatException ..."||S15003|
|56716||User ID and Password fields do not accept the @ sign or other special characters in the Remove Published Models dialog box in SASŪ Model Manager||S15003|
|57456||Executing SASŪ Model Manager batch-code fails and the error "RegSpk: Procedure failed... TRACE: MM_Register: Model Manager Logout completed..." occurs||S15004|
|59171||Clicking Log On gives "Libref INDB is not assigned... ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement ..."||S15005|
|59172||Clicking Generate Dashboard Reports gives a "dashboard reports could not be created" message||S15005|
|59137||Clicking Manage Definitions under Dashboard gives "An error has occurred ... Please contact your system administrator ... error 1034"||S15005|
|59198||The Select Model Manager Project dialog box in SASŪ Customer Intelligence Studio takes a long time to populate||S15005|
|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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