Hot Fix Downloads for Linux for x64
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|W92001 for Linux for x64|
|SAS Stress Testing Workbench Mid-Tier 2.1|
|57490||Function _OG references to the same spreadsheet cells in different scenarios are not handled correctly||W92001|
|57494||Users who are not in the required group or role can select user-interface tasks such as Launch, Approve, and Reject in SASŪ Stress Testing Workbench||W92001|
|57497||Importing worksheets into SASŪ Stress Testing Workbench fails||W92001|
|57500||Creating a SASŪ Stress Testing Workbench report on a multi-tier deployment fails||W92001|
|57501||Viewing a model source on a multi-tier image in SASŪ Stress Testing Workbench fails||W92001|
|57553||Entity roll-up values in SASŪ Stress Testing Workbench might be incorrect for new iterations||W92001|
|58757||In SASŪ Risk and Finance Workshop, when cells are exported to a report, the _OG function resolves to a formula instead of a value||W92001|
|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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