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SAS Web Report Studio 4.4_M3

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V64001 was replaced by V64009

V64002 was replaced by V64009

V64003 was replaced by V64009

V64004 was replaced by V64009

V64005 was replaced by V64009

V64006 was replaced by V64009

V64007 was replaced by V64009

V64008 was replaced by V64009

V64009
SAS Web Report Studio 4.4_M3
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56414 SASŪ Web Report Studio list tables might display a user-defined format in the total row V64001
57714 SASŪ Web Report Studio reports that include prompts from a SASŪ Stored Process might return "The responses you entered are invalid" V64001
54580 The Select Data dialog box in SASŪ Web Report Studio might not work properly with Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and later V64002
59410 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V64003
59512 Promoted or migrated SASŪ Web Report Studio reports might not display the correct modified date V64003
61211 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V64003
59462 Some role capabilities might not be honored when navigating from a SASŪ BI Dashboard indicator to a prompted SASŪ Web Report Studio report V64004
61274 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V64005
61904 Improper error handling might occur in SASŪ Web Report Studio V64006
62191 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the Text object contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V64007
62192 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the report name field contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V64008
62499 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the section name field contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V64008
62876 SASŪ Web Report Studio images contain a cross-site scripting vulnerability V64009
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix V66009 for SAS BI Report Services 4.4_M3.
Windows for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009x6.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009s6.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009r6.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
HP-UX IPF Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009hx.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009la.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
Solaris for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V64009sx.html D       Download: V64009pt.zip  
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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V66001 was replaced by V66009

V66002 was replaced by V66009

V66003 was replaced by V66009

V66004 was replaced by V66009

V66005 was replaced by V66009

V66006 was replaced by V66009

V66007 was replaced by V66009

V66008 was replaced by V66009

V66009
SAS BI Report Services 4.4_M3 hot fix for SAS Web Report Studio 4.4_M3
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56414 SASŪ Web Report Studio list tables might display a user-defined format in the total row V66001
57714 SASŪ Web Report Studio reports that include prompts from a SASŪ Stored Process might return "The responses you entered are invalid" V66001
54580 The Select Data dialog box in SASŪ Web Report Studio might not work properly with Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and later V66002
59410 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V66003
59512 Promoted or migrated SASŪ Web Report Studio reports might not display the correct modified date V66003
61211 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V66003
59462 Some role capabilities might not be honored when navigating from a SASŪ BI Dashboard indicator to a prompted SASŪ Web Report Studio report V66004
61274 A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SASŪ Web Report Studio V66005
61904 Improper error handling might occur in SASŪ Web Report Studio V66006
62191 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the Text object contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V66007
62192 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the report name field contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V66008
62499 In SASŪ Web Report Studio, the section name field contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability V66008
62876 SASŪ Web Report Studio images contain a cross-site scripting vulnerability V66009
Windows for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009x6.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009s6.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009r6.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
HP-UX IPF Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009hx.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009la.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
Solaris for x64 Released: December 07, 2018     Documentation: V66009sx.html       Download: V66009pt.zip  
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