Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|A3Y001 was replaced by A3Y002|
|SAS Customer Experience Targeting Server 6.4|
|58912||A unique index violation occurs in the DETAIL_FACT table in SAS® Customer Intelligence 360||A3Y001|
|57459||The run time is long for the standard ETL job CXA_3400_ECV_CEAUPDATES in SAS® Customer Experience Analytics||A3Y001|
|57718||IBM Platform LSF marks a failed ETL job as "Exit" (even though other jobs are running) and generates an error email||A3Y001|
|57983||The SAS® Customer Intelligence 360 table field LAST_USER_ID might be truncated||A3Y001|
|57986||The SAS® 360 Discover ETL job 2000_load_referrer_query_string_dim fails and generates an error||A3Y001|
|57987||The question mark is missing from the SAS® 360 Discover PAGE_DIM table||A3Y001|
|58872||An error occurs in SAS® 360 Discover when the VALUE column in the FORM_PATH data extract file is empty||A3Y001|
|58199||Overflow of the CXT_ETL numeric field occurs in the cart_activity_detail_fact table in SAS® 360 Discover||A3Y001|
|58482||The SAS® 360 Discover ETL Reset job fails the first time it is run and it does not always work reliably the next time you run it||A3Y001|
|58918||Code rounds large _SK variable values, causing incorrect values to be stored in the cxtchfg.cnfg.Internal_promo_sk_max_sk_values table||A3Y001|
|59415||An error occurs when you run the Extended Customer View (EVC) ETL job in SAS® Customer Experience Analytics||A3Y001|
|59526||The SAS® 360 Discover ETL process fails when duplicate records in the DETAIL_FACT table cause the INSERT command to fail||A3Y001|
|59647||The SAS® 360 Discover extended customer view's (ECV) ETL process cannot complete the MODE=FIND operation on rare occasions||A3Y001|
|59648||The SAS® 360 Discover ECV ETL can fail, in rare instances, when the matching process does not label a website visitor the same as before||A3Y001|
|59668||A "500 Internal Server" error can occur occasionally for the rest API in SAS® 360 Discover||A3Y001|
|59669||The SAS® 360 Discover extended customer view (ECV) ETL job cxt_3400_ecv_CEAUPDATES can fail with a unique constraint violation on rare occasions||A3Y001|
|59696||The SAS® 360 Discover extract, transform, and load (ETL) process fails occasionally when it starts CXT_ETL_cxt_2010_load_det_x_promo_display||A3Y001|
|59742||The SAS® 360 Discover customer extended view (CXT) ETL can fail when there are duplicates in the session attribution table||A3Y001|
|59757||The SAS® 360 Discover customer extended view (CXT) ETL reset job fails and generates an error on occasion||A3Y001|
|59849||The SAS® 360 Discover extract, transform, and load (ETL) job can generate an error when a data file contains a record with more than 32,000 characters||A3Y001|
|61512||Logon-manager issues and errors occur when the SAS® 360 Discover CXT extract, transform, and load (ETL) cxt_1000_pre_extract job fails||A3Y002|
|61653||The on-premises version of SAS® 360 Discover can fail with an "invalid byte sequence" error when the CXT_ETL_cxt_2000_load_page_dim job runs||A3Y002|
|61654||The SAS® 360 Discover module fails when the CXT_ETL_cxt_1101_stage_sessions is not cleaned properly||A3Y002|
|61669||The SAS® Customer Intelligence 360 user interface allows gaps in data when you reprocess data||A3Y002|
|61699||The system adds a second question mark (?) in the URL string that is built when you run the SAS® 360 Discover CXT ETL job||A3Y002|
|61742||The NEXT_DETAIL_SK variable is incorrect in the CXTWH.Business_process_step_details table and you cannot obtain any matches||A3Y002|
|61833||The cxt_2000_load_user_agent_dim job fails when LIBNAME statement options for CXTCOMM do not propagate to the SAS® 360 Discover CXT ETL script||A3Y002|
|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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