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SAS Studio 3.4

Hot Fix Downloads

* General Information about Hot Fixes

W62001 was replaced by W62006

W62002 was replaced by W62006

W62003 was replaced by W62006

W62004 was replaced by W62006

W62005 was replaced by W62006

SAS Studio 3.4
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
57492 The firewall error "Un-normalized paths are not supported" prevents normal error processing in SAS® Studio W62001
57596 SAS® Studio might become inoperable under heavy usage due to a Jackson third-party bug W62001
57898 Apply SAS® Studio 3.6 functionality to SAS® Studio 3.4 or 3.5 W62002
58242 The sort order of rows for DBMS tables is incorrect in the SAS® Studio table viewer W62002
58308 Opening a data set fails with an error in SAS® Studio when accessed through SAS® Model Implementation Platform or SAS® Risk and Finance Workbench W62003
57758 Properties information shows a row count of -1 for all database tables in SAS® Studio W62004
59549 The SAS® Studio 3.6 editor window displays incorrect mouse behavior with Google Chrome version 55.0.2883.87 and later W62004
59613 The column context-sensitive menu in SAS® Studio table viewer disappears when you are running Google Chrome 55.0.2883.87 and later W62004
59753 Your browser can become unresponsive when you open a large SAS® program in SAS® Studio W62004
59754 Your browser can become unresponsive when you open a large text file in SAS® Studio W62004
59802 SAS® Studio might become unresponsive after you log on if large tables were left open in the table viewer in a previous session W62004
59811 SAS® Studio might stop responding or have performance issues when you open a table containing a large number of columns W62004
59823 SAS® Studio takes a long time to open database tables as a data source for tasks W62004
60339 In SAS® Studio Enterprise Edition 3.6, the SAS® Workspace Server property sas.default.server does not work in UNIX operating environments W62005
60385 When you use SAS® Studio in Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, right-clicking a SAS® keyword and selecting Syntax Help duplicates the current line W62005
60387 Using statement comments instead of block comments might cause incorrect color-coding in SAS® Studio W62005
60439 Viewing data in SAS® Studio might unexpectedly update the "Date modified" property of the data set W62005
57901 Cursor inconsistencies and other improper rendering might occur in the SAS® Studio editor W62006
62389 SAS® Studio stops responding on the "Initializing" display when you use Google Chrome version 67 and later W62006
Windows for x64 Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006x6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006s6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006r6.html D       Download:  
HP-UX IPF Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006hx.html D       Download:  
Linux for x64 Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006la.html D       Download:  
Solaris for x64 Released: June 22, 2018     Documentation: W62006sx.html D       Download:  
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