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SAS Event Stream Processing 4.3
 
Updates are available for the issues described in the following SAS Notes.


For instructions on how to access and apply software updates, see:
LinuxSAS Event Stream Processing 4.3 on Linux: Deployment Guide
See Chapter 8 - Updating SAS Event Stream Processing
WindowsSAS Event Stream Processing 4.3 on Windows: Deployment Guide
See Chapter 7 - Updating SAS Event Stream Processing
To verify the installation of software updates in your Linux environment, see Usage Note 63211
61854 Issues that are addressed in the SAS® Event Stream Processing 4.3.2 hot fix February 27, 2018 Manifest View
61470 SAS® Event Stream Processing Studio contains a stored cross-site scripting security vulnerabilityFebruary 06, 2018 Manifest View
60540 SAS® Event Stream Processing Server running a model using DBSCAN clustering ends abruptly with an unhandled exception processing dataJuly 18, 2017 Manifest View
60526 When you use SAS® Event Stream Processing Studio to test a project, stopping the project causes SAS® Event Stream Processing Server to crash   



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