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SAS 9.1.3 (9.1 TS1M3)

Hot Fix Downloads for Windows
 
Hot Fix Download Quick Links:
* SERVICE PACK * BASE SAS * SAS DATA QUALITY SERVER * SAS HPF
* SAS INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGIES * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO DB2 * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO HP NEOVIEW * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO MYSQL
* SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO NETEZZA * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO ODBC * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO OLE DB * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO ORACLE
* SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO PC FILES * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO R/3 * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO SAP BW * SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO SYBASE
* SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO TERADATA * SAS/ASSIST * SAS/CONNECT * SAS/FSP
* SAS/GENETICS * SAS/GRAPH * SAS/IML * SAS/OR
* SAS/QC * SAS/STAT    
Other Hot Fix Links:
* Hot Fixes for Additional SAS Products and Solutions
* National Language Support Hot Fixes
 

SERVICE PACK

SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 for Windows
Released: Mar 2006
  • SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 contains previously available Hot Fixes and other SAS 9.1.3 updates. You must install SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 before installing any currently available hot fixes.
  • If you have installed any additional SAS products or solutions, please review the list of SAS Solutions NOT supported on Service Pack 4 before applying Service Pack 4 to your system.
  • SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 Fix List
    Service Pack FAQ
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    Service Pack 4 download options:
    Option 1 - Service Pack 4 Complete (contains SAS Foundation, Mid-Tier and JAVA components) Option 2 - Service Pack 4 Foundation only (contains SAS Foundation ONLY)
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    BASE SAS

    E9BA01 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA02 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017049 ALERT - Deleted observations can get added to new data set when migrating E9BA02
    Install Instructions: E9BA02wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA02.
    Download: E9BA02 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA03 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017176 JDBC connection to SAS/SHARE Server encounters transcoding error for non-English locale E9BA03
    Install Instructions: E9BA03wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA03.
    Download: E9BA03 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA05 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA06 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BA07 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA08 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BA09 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017440 SQRT function now supported in MDX code for SAS® OLAP Server E9BA09
    Install Instructions: E9BA09wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA09.
    Download: E9BA09 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA12 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017694 Missing Output when specifying APPLEVEL parameter on IOM Server definition in SAS Management Console or OBJECTSERVERPARMS SAS Option E9BA12
    Install Instructions: E9BA12wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA12.
    Download: E9BA12 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA13 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA15 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA17 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-012817 Drill-through in MDDB Report Viewer fails with multiple filtered items E9BA17
    SN-017825 Microsoft Security patch may cause errors with MDDB Report Viewer graphs E9BA17
    Install Instructions: E9BA17wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA17.
    Download: E9BA17 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
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    E9BA19 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA20 was replaced by E9BC59

    E9BA22 was replaced by E9BB78

    E9BA24 was replaced by E9BC17

    E9BA25 was replaced by E9BA92

    E9BA26 was replaced by E9BC20

    E9BA27 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017801 XMLSELECT with OMI_MATCH_CASE does not honor multiple attributes in a search E9BA27
    Install Instructions: E9BA27wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA27.
    Download: E9BA27 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA28 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BA29 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA30 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BA31 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BA32 was replaced by E9BC31

    E9BA33 was replaced by E9BD57

    E9BA34 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA36 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BA37 was replaced by E9BC72

    E9BA38 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA39 was replaced by E9BC49

    E9BA43 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-013603 IRR and INTRR function may generate INVALID ARGUMENT message in SAS 9.1 E9BA43
    Install Instructions: E9BA43wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA43.
    Download: E9BA43 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA44 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BA45 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017208 A long format length might cause a system error in PROC REPORT E9BA04
    SN-018200 FLOW option on DEFINE statement may cause system error E9BA45
    Install Instructions: E9BA45wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA45.
    Download: E9BA45 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    E9BA47 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA48 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BA50 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BA53 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BA54 was replaced by E9BC59

    E9BA55 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA56 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA57 was replaced by E9BC49

    E9BA58 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BA61 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BA65 was replaced by E9BC47

    E9BA66 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BA67 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BA68 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019308 SAS Grid Manager offering does not ship with a license for Integration Technologies E9BA68
    Install Instructions: E9BA68wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA68.
    Download: E9BA68 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA69 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA70 was replaced by E9BC34

    E9BA71 was replaced by E9BB91

    E9BA72 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2006
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018969 Specifying an encoding for the _WEBOUT fileref does not work when you run a stored process with the Stored Process Server E9BA72
    Install Instructions: E9BA72wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA72.
    Download: E9BA72 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA74 was replaced by E9BC36

    E9BA76 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA77 was replaced by E9BC13

    E9BA81 was replaced by E9BC43

    E9BA82 was replaced by E9BD39

    E9BA83 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BA84 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA85 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA86 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019227 NOWARN option for PROC APPEND in SAS® 9.2 E9BA86
    Install Instructions: E9BA86wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA86.
    Download: E9BA86 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BA88 was replaced by E9BB61

    E9BA89 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA90 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019243 FILENAME URL access method cannot access URLs more than 2K in length E9BA90
    Install Instructions: E9BA90wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA90.
    Download: E9BA90 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BA92 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017785 Combo Box Control placed in an Extended Table object generates program halt E9BA25
    SN-019176 Models in SAS/AF software that support multiple interfaces only recognize one interface E9BA92
    Install Instructions: E9BA92wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA92.
    Download: E9BA92 for Windows   (File Size: 2.4M)
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    E9BA93 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BA94 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BA95 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BA97 was replaced by E9BC36

    E9BA98 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019388 "Read Access Violation in Task [ Application Window ]" with SAS/AF Table Viewer Control E9BA98
    Install Instructions: E9BA98wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BA98.
    Download: E9BA98 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BA99 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB02 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB04 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB05 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB06 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019756 ALERT - Incorrect results when lists contain more than 128 method blocks E9BB06
    Install Instructions: E9BB06wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB06.
    Download: E9BB06 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    E9BB07 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB10 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB11 was replaced by E9BC81

    E9BB12 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019711 Tabbing order might be incorrect in a SAS/AF® Frame entry containing Version 6 objects E9BB12
    Install Instructions: E9BB12wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB12.
    Download: E9BB12 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BB13 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB14 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB15 for Windows
    Released: Mar 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019766 SAS/AF® application prematurely terminates after repeated calls to LISTC, LISTN, or SHOWLIST functions E9BB15
    Install Instructions: E9BB15wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB15.
    Download: E9BB15 for Windows   (File Size: 4.2M)
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    E9BB16 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BB17 was replaced by E9BD39

    E9BB18 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BB19 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB20 was replaced by E9BC47

    E9BB21 was replaced by E9BC10

    E9BB22 was replaced by E9BC17

    E9BB24 was replaced by E9BB61

    E9BB26 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB27 was replaced by E9BC17

    E9BB28 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BB29 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB30 was replaced by E9BC10

    E9BB32 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB33 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB35 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB36 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB38 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB39 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BB41 was replaced by E9BC98

    E9BB42 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BB45 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB46 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BB47 was replaced by E9BC36

    E9BB48 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-030492 PROC ABC might cause SAS® interactive or workspace sessions to terminate unexpectedly E9BB48
    Install Instructions: E9BB48wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB48.
    Download: E9BB48 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BB49 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020409 CDF, SDF, and QUANTILE functions might return missing values for the Beta distribution and small values of first shape parameter E9BB49
    Install Instructions: E9BB49wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB49.
    Download: E9BB49 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BB50 was replaced by E9BC68

    E9BB52 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB53 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BB56 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BB58 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB61 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019223 New SASMSG function added to support internationalization E9BA88
    SN-019946 SASMSG FUNCTION causes memory leaks E9BB24
    SN-021045 The SASMSG function cannot differentiate traditional Chinese from Simplified Chinese E9BB61
    SN-021044 The SASMSG function causes an access violation in batch mode when called with %SYSFUNC E9BB61
    SN-021046 An access violation might occur if the input data set is not created as expected E9BB61
    Install Instructions: E9BB61wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB61.
    Download: E9BB61 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BB62 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020804 SPD Engine WHERE CLAUSE processor does not support ESCAPE OPERATOR E9BB62
    SN-020887 When you invoke SAS® by using the SAS system option DMSEXP, a segmentation violation might occur if you rename a SAS® Scalable Performance Data Engine (SAS® SPDE) data set E9BB62
    Install Instructions: E9BB62wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB62.
    Download: E9BB62 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BB63 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB64 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BB65 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019742 An error occurs when attempting to connect to the SAS® Metadata Server and the METAUSER= system option contains an embedded space E9BB65
    Install Instructions: E9BB65wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB65.
    Download: E9BB65 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix is available for PC, VMS and UNIX customers only. Customers running on z/OS (OS/390) should download E9BC56.
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    E9BB66 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2007
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-021053 The SAS® Stored Process Server and SAS® Workspace Server load balancing is not distributed across hosts with the lowest cost algorithm E9BB66
    Install Instructions: E9BB66wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB66.
    Download: E9BB66 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BB68 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BB69 was replaced by E9BC36

    E9BB70 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB71 was replaced by E9BC12

    E9BB72 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB74 was replaced by E9BC59

    E9BB75 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB76 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB77 was replaced by E9BC10

    E9BB78 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-015924 DATETIMEw.d format can produce incorrect results E9BA22
    SN-030622 Error generated when MDYAMPM format is used in a FOOTNOTE E9BB78
    Install Instructions: E9BB78wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB78.
    Download: E9BB78 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BB80 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BB81 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BB83 was replaced by E9BC36

    E9BB84 was replaced by E9BC17

    E9BB87 was replaced by E9BC47

    E9BB91 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018909 "ClassFormatError exception is thrown" Java runtime error when string constants contain umlaut characters E9BA71
    Install Instructions: E9BB91wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BB91.
    Download: E9BB91 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: An installation wizard compatibility issue may prevent the installation of hot fix E9BA71 with SAS Enterprise Miner 5.3. To address the issue, E9BA71 was replaced with E9BB91.
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    E9BB93 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BB94 was replaced by E9BC98

    E9BB95 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BB98 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BB99 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC03 was replaced by E9BC59

    E9BC04 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017125 LOCATEC/N function is counting deleted rows in its search E9BC04
    Install Instructions: E9BC04wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC04.
    Download: E9BC04 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC05 was replaced by E9BC40

    E9BC09 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC10 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019947 Writing a SAS® data set to a WebDAV library may fail E9BB21
    SN-020153 "ERROR: An I/O error has occurred on file" when WebDAV server sends back an invalid or unexpected response E9BB30
    SN-030802 A memory overwrite occurs when using WebDAV LIBNAME or FILENAME with hot fix E9BB30 applied E9BB77
    SN-032797 HTTP requests to an HTTPS server fail when the requests are made through a proxy E9BC10
    SN-033408 An error might appear in the SAS log when using the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDav) filename engine E9BC10
    Install Instructions: E9BC10wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC10.
    Download: E9BC10 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC11 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC12 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-021021 ALERT - Some national characters in variable names might be converted to other characters when the options VALIDVARNAME=ANY and GETNAMES=YES E9BB71
    SN-034254 How to allow a numeric value enclosed in quotation marks to be read in as numeric variable with PROC IMPORT or the IMPORT WIZARD E9BC12
    Install Instructions: E9BC12wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC12.
    Download: E9BC12 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BC13 for Windows
    Released: May 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-013116 Attempting to install the PC Spawner program with no security may fail E9BA77
    SN-031881 A SAS® 9.1.3 SAS/CONNECT® server won't start if a SAS® 9.2 SAS/CONNECT® server is installed and started on the same machine E9BC13
    Install Instructions: E9BC13wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC13.
    Download: E9BC13 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC14 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BC15 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BC16 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC17 for Windows
    Released: May 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017725 The PUTC function in SAS® Component Language might return unformatted results E9BA24
    SN-019922 A problem has been encountered on the server, [Fatal Error]:1:1:Content is not allowed in prolog E9BB22
    SN-019979 Memory overrun causes segmentation violation with the VIEWTABLE window E9BB27
    SN-030936 "Generic function error SASHELP.RSASMOD.MDAXIS.SCL" from server method _GETPOINTINDEXES when accessing MDDB using Java and an IOM connection E9BB84
    SN-031999 SAS® Enterprise Miner(TM) Java client hangs at the SAS Enterprise Miner splash screen after submitting log on to SAS Analytics Platform E9BC17
    Install Instructions: E9BC17wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC17.
    Download: E9BC17 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    E9BC18 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC19 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-032177 Negative percentages might be displayed in parentheses when using some language settings E9BC19
    Install Instructions: E9BC19wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC19.
    Download: E9BC19 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC20 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017906 The I/O subsystem has returned error message 'WHERE clause is not allowed with preset index.' E9BA26
    SN-017800 ALERT - WHERE clause is not allowed with preset index E9BA26
    SN-032112 Performance degradation might occur with the SAS® Metadata Server E9BC20
    Install Instructions: E9BC20wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC20.
    Download: E9BC20 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC21 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-032296 Jobs fail when scheduled via Windows OS Scheduler E9BC21
    Install Instructions: E9BC21wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC21.
    Download: E9BC21 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC24 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BC25 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC26 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-032426 Selection lists or pop-up menus might display behind SAS/AF® frames E9BC26
    Install Instructions: E9BC26wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC26.
    Download: E9BC26 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC28 was replaced by E9BC49

    E9BC29 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-032570 PROC COPY might not honor the OBS= option E9BC29
    Install Instructions: E9BC29wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC29.
    Download: E9BC29 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC30 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC31 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017241 "ERROR: System abend 0C4 occurred in module SASYHRE8 function YHRMHMR at offset 000420" E9BA32
    SN-032682 Error causes SAS/SHARE® server running with the TTCP option to fill log with error messages E9BC31
    Install Instructions: E9BC31wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC31.
    Download: E9BC31 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC32 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC33 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-031851 User accounts might show as in the SAS® OLAP Server Monitor in SAS® Management Console E9BC33
    Install Instructions: E9BC33wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC33.
    Download: E9BC33 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC34 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018857 Using the WebDAV filename option without specifying a full file path might cause problems when writing to or reading from a directory E9BA70
    SN-032831 An error might occur if you use the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) FILENAME statement E9BC34
    Install Instructions: E9BC34wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC34.
    Download: E9BC34 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC36 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018812 SAS® Information Map might fail to open in SAS® Enterprise Guide® E9BA74
    SN-020496 SAS® Information Map Libname Engine might generate "ERROR: Write Access Violation in Task" E9BB47
    SN-020991 SAS® Information Maps with more than 999 data items might fail to open with the SAS Information Map Libname Engine (IMLE) E9BB69
    SN-030898 Slow processing when using PROC INFOMAPS E9BB83
    SN-019093 Measure captions are limited to 30 characters for OLAP information maps E9BB83
    SN-030897 Error with PROC INFOMAPS when the data source is an OLAP Cube and the password is not stored in the metadata E9BB83
    SN-032856 Denying ReadMetadata on a column does not always prevent denied users from seeing the column E9BC36
    Install Instructions: E9BC36wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC36.
    Download: E9BC36 for Windows   (File Size: 4.7M)
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    E9BC37 was replaced by E9BC98

    E9BC40 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017270 Style not applied properly when sending ODS email E9BA06
    SN-017354 SMTP email only uses the e-mail user ID (rather than the full e-mail address) for authentication E9BA06
    SN-007782 Time stamp calculation when emailing from OS/390 E9BA94
    SN-019638 Sending e-mail attachments using SMTP causes a read-access violation E9BB16
    SN-020323 SAS® 9.1.3 and earlier SMTP e-mails do not timeout when block waiting for a response from a SMTP server E9BB39
    SN-018044 Using SMTP e-mail with SAS® 9.1.3 (English version with DBCS and Unicode support) might cause truncated or missing e-mail output E9BB56
    SN-031148 Unable to authenticate e-mail on z/OS E9BC05
    SN-033129 The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) e-mail facility stops sending all e-mails when it encounters an invalid address E9BC40
    SN-010962 SMTP e-mail might stop when an invalid address is encountered E9BC40
    SN-033077 A Read-access violation occurs when a Zip file is attached to e-mail in a DBCS SAS® session E9BC40
    Install Instructions: E9BC40wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC40.
    Download: E9BC40 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC42 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BC43 for Windows
    Released: Mar 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-040359 You can use the CATALOG access method in the FILENAME statement to reuse an open fileref in SAS® 9.1.3 E9BA81
    SN-019166 Possible memory-related failures when using the CATALOG access method E9BA81
    SN-033414 An error occurs when you include the ENCODING option in the FILENAME statement E9BC43
    Install Instructions: E9BC43wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC43.
    Download: E9BC43 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC45 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-033461 The METAOPERATE procedure does not set the value of the SYSERR automatic macro variable when an error occurs E9BC45
    Install Instructions: E9BC45wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC45.
    Download: E9BC45 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC46 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC47 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-013932 "File does not exist" error message and problem accessing VIEWs from remote concatenated library E9BA65
    SN-013931 "File does not exist" error message and problems accessing remote VIEWs in concatenated library E9BA65
    SN-019477 PROC FREQ with WHERE statement causes connection failure using Remote Library Services E9BB20
    SN-031047 ALERT - Chaining remote library assignments across SAS/CONNECT® or SAS/SHARE® servers might return incorrect data E9BB87
    SN-034212 Loss of precision can occur when you insert numeric values into a table that resides in a chained RLS library E9BC47
    Install Instructions: E9BC47wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC47.
    Download: E9BC47 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BC49 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018011 SPECIFIED RESOURCE DOES NOT EXIST message with ENCODING=(W5|W6|W9) and SPDE engine E9BA39
    SN-018254 MDX WHERE clause might return incorrect number of rows resulting in a performance loss E9BA57
    SN-018911 "ERROR: System Exiting Status=401" message occurs when multiple processes update a SPD Engine data set E9BA57
    SN-032674 PROC OLAP stops responding even though CPU usage is high E9BC28
    SN-033673 Encountered error in DA-subsystem. E9BC49
    Install Instructions: E9BC49wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC49.
    Download: E9BC49 for Windows   (File Size: 2.3M)
    ATTENTION: To fully implement the fix for SN-018254, you must also download and install SAS Base hot fix E9BD24. The fix for the problem documented in this SAS Note will not be fully functional unless both E9BD24 and E9BC49 are applied.
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    E9BC51 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC52 was replaced by E9BC98

    E9BC57 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BC58 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-033995 Error: "IOM call failed. Internal server exception: floating point divide by zero." E9BC58
    Install Instructions: E9BC58wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC58.
    Download: E9BC58 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC59 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2008
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017767 Export and Import Wizards require Metadata Server fixes E9BA20
    SN-017743 Login to SAS® web application fails when using an email address as the userid with LDAP authentication E9BA20
    SN-017761 ALERT - Jobs that are duplicated within a Project repository may lose their connection to Target objects E9BA20
    SN-017860 ALERT - BI Manager "Import" might cause metadata to be destroyed for all stored processes that contain parameters in SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 E9BA20
    SN-017852 ALERT - External table objects may get inadvertently deleted from metadata when importing or exporting metadata multiple times E9BA20
    SN-017855 ALERT - Server code does not support exporting and importing from a metadata Project repository E9BA20
    SN-017857 Exception may occur while exporting a block of objects from the Data Integration Studio custom tree E9BA20
    SN-017854 ALERT - Incorrect behavior might occur when all items are not selected within a package when performing a metadata import E9BA20
    SN-018452 ALERT - Unauthorized access to metadata server content E9BA54
    SN-030465 ALERT - Adding new records to a metadata repository after performing a metadata restore adds multiple metadata objects with the same internal ID value E9BB74
    SN-031345 Metadata objects stored in a custom repository are not returned by client applications or metadata query results when they should be E9BC03
    SN-033984 Poor performance occurs in client applications when the metadata environment contains a large number of repositories E9BC59
    SN-034096 Content is added to a parent repository, even when you do not have Check In Metadata permissions E9BC59
    Install Instructions: E9BC59wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC59.
    Download: E9BC59 for Windows   (File Size: 2.5M)
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    E9BC60 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC61 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC62 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC63 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BC66 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BC67 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC68 for Windows
    Released: May 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017841 Extraneous characters appear for catalog entry descriptions when using PROC CIMPORT E9BB50
    SN-020578 PROC CIMPORT generates "Warning: The transport file is from an earlier SAS release" E9BB50
    SN-020673 Using PROC CIMPORT in DBCS version of SAS® may result in errors or garbage characters if transport file contains data with indexes E9BB50
    SN-020675 Garbage characters may result when using PROC CIMPORT to import a transport file containing double-byte character set data E9BB50
    SN-034280 A "426 Connection closed; transfer aborted" message might appear in your SAS® log when using FTP to send a transport file that was created with CPORT E9BC68
    Install Instructions: E9BC68wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC68.
    Download: E9BC68 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC72 for Windows
    Released: Mar 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020299 PROC PRINT may show missing columns in HTML, LISTING or RTF output E9BA37
    SN-017976 Error about running out of space using PROC PRINT in certain situations E9BA37
    SN-034756 Column data might be blank using the List Data task in SAS® Enterprise Guide® E9BC72
    SN-035147 A variable is missing from PROC PRINT output when using ODS Listing or ODS HTML E9BC72
    Install Instructions: E9BC72wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC72.
    Download: E9BC72 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC73 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BC75 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BC76 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC81 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019773 Abend U1314 or traceback notes and messages attempting to read a migrated view from SAS® 8 E9BB11
    SN-035112 ALERT - Invalid binary data when tranferring SAS data sets with PROC COPY or CPORT/CIMPORT. E9BC81
    Install Instructions: E9BC81wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC81.
    Download: E9BC81 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC83 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BC85 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC86 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC88 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BC89 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC90 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BC91 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-036111 Potential memory leak in SORT module causes Workspace server to fail E9BC91
    Install Instructions: E9BC91wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC91.
    Download: E9BC91 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BC92 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BC93 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BC94 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BC95 was replaced by E9BD36

    E9BC97 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017915 Memory leak in transcoding routine from MBCS to MBCS E9BA35
    SN-019115 TRANWRD() function has different performance in SAS® 6, and SAS® 8 and SAS® 9.1.3 E9BA80
    SN-020676 PROC CIMPORT may fail or generate errors when the file contains SBCS Katakana data E9BB51
    SN-030987 Performance problems occur in DBCS SAS® software when you use the RLINK or DLM= options in the FILENAME statement E9BB97
    SN-031391 Transcoding problem occurs between SAS® Japanese encoding shift-jis and EUC E9BC02
    SN-019088 KCVT function has problem handling trailing null character E9BC23
    SN-036269 Inconsistent transcoding using the KCVT function produces incorrect results in SAS® 9.2 E9BC97
    Install Instructions: E9BC97wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC97.
    Download: E9BC97 for Windows   (File Size: 3.5M)
    ATTENTION(1) : To fully implement the fix for SN-019088, you must also download and install SAS/CONNECT hot fix E9CT05. If you are running SAS with Asian Language Support, please download E9CT05 (Asian Language Support).
    The fix for the problem documented in this SAS Note will not be fully functional unless both E9BC97 and E9CT05 are applied.

    ATTENTION(2) : This hot fix is available for PC, VMS and z/OS (OS/390) customers only. Customers running on UNIX should download E9BD40. If you are running SAS with Asian Language Support, download E9BD40 (Asian Language Support).
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    E9BC98 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2009
    This Hot Fix is included in Hot Fix Bundle E9BX05.
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020378 A segmentation violation might occur during execution of the DOWNLOAD procedure E9BB41
    SN-031087 A floating-point exception error might occur if you use the DOWNLOAD procedure to move a file that is larger than 2 GB E9BB94
    SN-013122 WZX: Invalid Conversion Map Specified E9BC37
    SN-032983 Invalid results occur when you use the DOWNLOAD procedure with the V6TRANSPORT option in SAS® 9.1.3 in the z/OS environment E9BC37
    SN-035807 Observations might be missing after you use the UPLOAD procedure to transfer data sets E9BC52
    SN-033576 SAS® Enterprise Guide® does not detect when SAS data sets are created, updated, or deleted through a grid E9BC52
    SN-036081 The UPLOAD and DOWNLOAD procedures add null values to the ends of variables when you specify a SAS® view with the DATA= data set option E9BC98
    Install Instructions: E9BC98wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BC98.
    Download: E9BC98 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
    ATTENTION : If you use SAS/CONNECT, you MUST also install E9CT05. If E9CT05 is not installed, this hot fix will not be fully functional AND jobs that include PROC UPLOAD and PROC DOWNLOAD will fail.
    If you are running SAS with Asian Language Support, please download E9CT05 (Asian Language Support).
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    E9BD01 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BD03 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BD05 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BD08 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD09 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BD10 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BD12 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BD13 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD14 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BD15 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BD19 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BD20 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD21 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BD22 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BD23 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BD24 was replaced by E9BD38

    E9BD25 was replaced by E9BD42

    E9BD26 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD27 was replaced by E9BD34

    E9BD28 was replaced by E9BD50

    E9BD32 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD33 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BD34 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018463 Access Violation or 0C4 abend in module SASSFM01 when using procedures that use multi-label formats E9BA61
    SN-020189 Statistic labels in PROC TABULATE not displayed in uppercase in table output E9BB28
    SN-020444 Error in PROC TABULATE NLS versions after applying hot fix E9BB28 E9BB42
    SN-020359 Variable labels that contain multi-byte character set strings do not split correctly E9BB53
    SN-030679 Page dimension "and" in PROC TABULATE not displayed in uppercase in table output E9BB81
    SN-039321 ALERT - PROC MEANS, SUMMARY, or TABULATE might report incorrect _FREQ_ values when the THREADS and NOTRAP options are specified E9BD27
    SN-040136 PROC TABULATE might give incorrect frequency statistics when only the N statistic is requested and memory is constrained E9BD34
    Install Instructions: E9BD34wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD34.
    Download: E9BD34 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
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    E9BD36 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-036205 Basic and extended ISO informats and formats 9.2 functionality retrofitted back to 9.1.3 E9BC95
    SN-040188 CALL IS8601_CONVERT generates error messages if a null argument is passed to the routine E9BD36
    Install Instructions: E9BD36wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD36.
    Download: E9BD36 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BD38 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017410 SAS® OLAP Server process may crash if slicer contains infinite loop E9BA01
    SN-017408 Permission condition memory is not released when OLAP session closed E9BA01
    SN-017409 SAS® OLAP Server performance enhancements available in SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 E9BA01
    SN-018037 PROC OLAP DEFINE statement can allow duplicate calculated members to be created E9BA34
    SN-017931 NUNIQUE values may be incorrect depending on the setting for "Maximum number of region execution threads" E9BA34
    SN-017445 Listing active queries on SAS® OLAP Server can cause server crash E9BA34
    SN-017523 Selecting an OLAP Session in the OLAP Server monitor may cause SAS® Management Console to hang E9BA34
    SN-018020 ALERT - SAS® OLAP Server may error when empty data is passed to certain SAS® functions E9BA34
    SN-017871 ALERT - Drilldown may cause calculated member values to return from the SAS® OLAP Server as missing in Service Pack 4 E9BA34
    SN-018018 Complex MDX query within a WITH expression might generate an access violation E9BA34
    SN-018030 SAS® OLAP Server might abend with an OLS_NAMESPACEDELETE traceback E9BA34
    SN-017907 ALERT - OLAP cubes with deep hierarchies may return incorrect result sets E9BA34
    SN-018089 Detailed SAS® OLAP Server logging now outputs SAS OLAP Server option settings E9BA34
    SN-018012 Threadpool options for the SAS® OLAP Server are being overwritten E9BA34
    SN-018198 TKASSERT error might be received when querying a SAS® OLAP cube on z/OS E9BA34
    SN-017449 NON EMPTY CROSSJOIN optimization in SAS® OLAP Server E9BA47
    SN-018254 MDX WHERE clause might return incorrect number of rows resulting in a performance loss E9BA56
    SN-018701 ALERT - Session and Global calculated members might be dropped when using NonEmpty Optimization E9BA56
    SN-018580 Disabling NonEmpty Crossjoin optimization does not have any effect E9BA56
    SN-018794 ALERT - DrillDownMemberTop function might cause crashes in the SAS® OLAP Server E9BA56
    SN-018702 ALERT - Global calculated members might cause crash in SAS OLAP Server with Optimization of Non Empty Crossjoins E9BA56
    SN-018795 ALERT - OLAP queries might return empty results if requesting missing values E9BA56
    SN-018796 ALERT - MDX iif functions that return null values might incorrectly return empty result sets E9BA56
    SN-019048 ALERT - Calculated measures might be dropped from the OLAP result set when using Non Empty Crossjoin Optimization E9BA56
    SN-019164 Memory degradation or access violation could occur when querying a SAS® OLAP cube with member-level security applied E9BA84
    SN-018253 DBCS drillthrough labels might not be rendered correctly E9BA89
    SN-019226 ALERT - Sorted OLAP queries might return incorrect results E9BA89
    SN-019314 Use of global MDX String functions could halt the SAS® OLAP Server E9BA93
    SN-019418 AGGREGATE MDX function might cause slow query performance when member-level security is defined to the OLAP cube E9BA99
    SN-019725 AGGREGATE functions using calculated members containing NUNIQUE measures might cause SAS® OLAP Server to crash E9BB07
    SN-019820 ALERT - NONEMPTYCROSSJOIN function might cause data loss in an OLAP Query E9BB19
    SN-020202 Incorrect totals calculated when aggregate has members in same dimension of the NUNIQUE measure being used E9BB33
    SN-020292 SAS® OLAP Server performance might be worse after applying hotfix E9BA34 or later E9BB38
    SN-020291 ALERT - SAS® OLAP Server AGGREGATE function might return incorrect results on certain calculated members E9BB38
    SN-030537 SAS MDX isEmpty function will not evaluate cells containing character data E9BB68
    SN-020146 ALERT - Total calculations might be incorrect when an NUNIQUE measure is used E9BB68
    SN-013365 Drill-through and ROLAP aggregation tables can fail if the MDX query contains a numeric member E9BC15
    SN-020028 Empty drillthrough result when format width for a column is too small E9BC15
    SN-020652 NON EMPTY CROSSJOIN optimization might drop members from result set E9BC73
    SN-035621 SAS® OLAP Server appears to hang and must be frequently restarted E9BC88
    SN-033970 NON EMPTY CROSSJOIN optimization might cause slower performance with secured data E9BC92
    SN-036393 ERROR: "An OLAP server thread has failed" occurs when a drill-through query returns no records E9BD03
    SN-038401 MDX queries using totals in SAS® Web reports are not optimized by the SAS® OLAP Server E9BD21
    SN-038374 An error related to AVL trees might be returned by OLAP queries E9BD23
    SN-038652 Performance problems might occur on SAS® OLAP Servers that are running multiple requests E9BD24
    SN-038708 "Internal server exception: access violation" and _pthread_body errors received during an OLAP query E9BD24
    SN-040398 The SAS® OLAP Server might fail on Microsoft Windows Server installations E9BD38
    Install Instructions: E9BD38wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD38.
    Download: E9BD38 for Windows   (File Size: 3.1M)
    ATTENTION: If you are running SAS Management Console 9.1.3 Service Pack 4, with Implementation-Version=9.1.20050622.20001, you must also download and install SAS Management Console hot fix 913SMC02 to address the issue described in SN-017449. The fix for the problem documented in this SAS Note will not be fully functional unless both E9BD38 and 913SMC02 are applied.
    You do not need to install 913SMC02 if you have any other Implementation-Version of SAS Management Console.

    ATTENTION: To fully implement the fix for SN-018254, you must also download and install SAS Base hot fix E9BC49. The fix for the problem documented in this SAS Note will not be fully functional unless both E9BD38 and E9BC49 are applied.
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    E9BD39 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019231 JAVAOBJ component object fails to free semaphores E9BA82
    SN-019812 Values are quoted when DBCS value has same hex code as delimiter character E9BB17
    SN-040559 VVALUE function causes segmentation violation in some cases in SAS® 9.1.3 E9BD39
    Install Instructions: E9BD39wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD39.
    Download: E9BD39 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BD41 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BD42 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017745 WHERE clause processing against an SQL view can cause Read Access or Segmentation Violations E9BA28
    SN-031607 Using the BY statement with the formatted ODS destinations can generate incorrect output E9BA36
    SN-017962 The first blank space in the name literal table names gets removed when you set the SYSLAST macro variable or _LAST_ system option E9BA36
    SN-017876 Creating index may cause SAS® to loop E9BA36
    SN-017981 ALERT - Incorrect output with WHERE and BY statements E9BA36
    SN-015813 Read Access Violation in Task (CONNECT) caused by long comments E9BA50
    SN-018156 Invoking an autocall macro which is stored as a SOURCE entry within a catalog may cause errors E9BA50
    SN-018305 Garbage characters in SAS log when localized DBCS SAS is used with products related to the Workspace server E9BA50
    SN-018396 Queries or WHERE clauses run against large data sets can cause SAS/SHARE® server to hang E9BA50
    SN-019372 Performance is poor in the SQL procedure when you use the COUNT(Distinct xxxx) function E9BB02
    SN-019601 The option VALIDVARNAME=UPCASE is not working as expected E9BB02
    SN-019978 Specifying LOGPARM system option may generate INSUFFICIENT AUTHORIZATION messages E9BB13
    SN-019984 Output in the listing is truncated using the DBCS version of SAS E9BB13
    SN-019344 SAS® may ignore indexes during query on 64-Bit UNIX systems E9BB13
    SN-019578 Update Flags from PROC SQL views are propagated by SAS® procedures with OUT= option E9BB13
    SN-020208 The ACCESS=READONLY option in the CATNAME statement is not working correctly E9BB35
    SN-020562 PROC APPEND step may damage BASE data set E9BB52
    SN-021003 Using the %v or #v LOGPARM path directive might cause the workspace server to fail to start and processes to stop responding E9BB63
    SN-030428 Aliased constant values become missing in outer joins and unions E9BB72
    SN-030390 Improvements are now available in relational database optimization via the SQL procedure E9BB72
    SN-019655 Filter behavior inconsistent between SAS® Web Report Studio 3.1 and SAS® Information Map Studio E9BB72
    SN-031300 Poor performance occurs when you use views that consist of inner joins from DBMS tables E9BB98
    SN-032375 Errors might occur reading XML files using the XML engine with very long strings E9BC16
    SN-033744 An incorrect buffer break occurs when calling a macro from an EXECUTE statement that specifies a parameter with an "at" sign (@) in the parameter name E9BC51
    SN-036281 PROC REPORT output generated by the CALL EXECUTE routine does not include text or variables generated by a COMPUTE block E9BC61
    SN-034018 MPRINT output generated twice when CALL EXECUTE is used within a macro E9BC61
    SN-035492 Could not find value or Record ID (RID) to do delete on index E9BC85
    SN-035117 ANYDTDTE informat incorrectly interprets invalid date value as a SAS date E9BC86
    SN-035895 An error occurred Executing the Workspace Job The server is disconnected message might occur if you run a job in SAS® Enterprise Guide® E9BC89
    SN-035991 A generic IOM error occurs when executing a stored process that produces graphics output E9BC89
    SN-034012 Column aliases are not passed correctly to GROUP BY or ORDER BY clauses in the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® E9BC93
    SN-036280 ALERT - The SQL procedure generates incorrect results when you copy a SAS® data set from one platform to another platform E9BC93
    SN-033084 An SQLPLAN internal error might occur when reference a variable from an in-line view that created the variable from a constant E9BC93
    SN-040951 Arithemetic performed on DATA and TIME data types is not passed to the underlying DBMS in SAS/ACCESS® 9.1.3 software E9BC93
    SN-034678 An SQLPLAN error occurs when you submit a query with a CALCULATED column reference in a CASE expression that contains a GROUP BY clause E9BC93
    SN-036177 Incorrect results might occur when you run a PROC SQL join with an additional WHERE clause against Teradata tables E9BC93
    SN-036202 SQLPLAN internal errors might occur when you reference calculated columns in an SQL procedure E9BC93
    SN-036070 Extraneous code might be added if CALL EXECUTE is used to generate many ODS HTML statements E9BD01
    SN-036592 ALERT - DELETE statement sometimes does not remove qualifying observations E9BD10
    SN-034234 Incorrect results might occur if you use the LIBNAME statement option IP=YES with an SQL procedure that contains data calculations in a WHERE clause E9BD15
    SN-038698 SAS® Enterprise Guide® becomes unresponsive and the SAS® Workspace Server log grows extremely large E9BD22
    SN-040558 Invoking nested autocall macros using des= option causes error E9BD42
    Install Instructions: E9BD42wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD42.
    Download: E9BD42 for Windows   (File Size: 3.1M)
    ATTENTION (1): To complete the installation of this hot fix, you must also download and install SAS Base hot fixes E9BD61 and E9BD48.
    Download E9BD61
    Download E9BD61 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BD48
    Download E9BD48 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    This hot fix will NOT be fully functional without E9BD61 and E9BD48 applied.
    ATTENTION (2): For additional configuration instructions for improving relational database optimization, see Problem Note SN-030390 above.
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    E9BD43 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD44 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BD46 was replaced by E9BD48

    E9BD47 was replaced by E9BD61

    E9BD48 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-016428 DBSLICEPARM creates incorrect syntax when DB2DECPT=, E9BA58
    SN-030942 The WHERE clause strips trailing blanks from string literals that are concatenated with DBMS columns of type VARCHAR E9BB80
    SN-031862 A U1314 abend might occur when a job sorts an SQL procedure view that references a DB2 table E9BC14
    SN-016338 Using PROC APPEND to insert rows into an Oracle table may report an error as a note E9BC57
    SN-033648 ALERT - The implicit pass-through facility does not correctly switch argument order for the DB2 LOCATE() function when you pass the INDEX() function to DB2 E9BC63
    SN-035895 An error occurred Executing the Workspace Job The server is disconnected message might occur if you run a job in SAS® Enterprise Guide® E9BC90
    SN-035991 A generic IOM error occurs when executing a stored process that produces graphics output E9BC90
    SN-036748 The MULTI_DATASRC_OPT= option is ignored when multiple WHERE clause predicates are used in an SQL join operation E9BD09
    SN-035879 ALERT - Data imported from a DB2 library may be corrupt E9BD14
    SN-039997 A database error can occur when you submit an SQL query with a LIBNAME statement that uses the MULTI_DATASRC_OPT=IN_CLAUSE option E9BD33
    SN-041748 Using the LIBNAME option MULTI_DATASRC_OPT=IN_CLAUSE can result in an error E9BD46
    SN-042030 Oracle PREPARE error issued when SAS table is empty and no keys are in the WHERE clause E9BD48
    Install Instructions: E9BD48wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD48.
    Download: E9BD48 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION (1): To complete the installation of this hot fix, you must also download and install SAS Base hot fixes E9BD42 and E9BD61.
    Download E9BD42
    Download E9BD42 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BD61
    Download E9BD61 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    This hot fix will NOT be fully functional without E9BD42 and E9BD61 applied.
    ATTENTION (2): Oracle customers running on Solaris for X64 must download and install SAS Oracle hot fix E9OC11 and SAS Base hot fix E9BB64.
    Download E9OC11
    Download E9OC11 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BB64
    Download E9BB64 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    ATTENTION (3): Oracle customers running on all other platforms must also download and install SAS Oracle hot fix E9OC15.
    Download E9OC15
    Download E9OC15 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    ATTENTION (4): OpenVMS Alpha customers should install SAS BASE hot fix E9BD33.
    Download E9BD33
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    E9BD49 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-042092 MINGUO format does not handle 3-digit year properly for widths 7 and 9 E9BD49
    Install Instructions: E9BD49wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD49.
    Download: E9BD49 for Windows   (File Size: 1.7M)
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    E9BD50 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-031241 "ERROR: Library LIBREF is not assigned" when running the METALIB procedure E9BA08
    SN-017581 ERROR: Invalid physical name for library XXXX is displayed when using Update Table Metadata or PROC METALIB with concatenated libraries E9BA08
    SN-017580 ERROR: This Library is already assigned or cannot be reassigned E9BA08
    SN-017849 PROC METALIB fails to update an SPDS library table metadata with "Error: Invalid Option User." E9BA30
    SN-019486 "ERROR: Invalid memptr" occurs and the SAS® session becomes unresponsive when trying to access a view via a libref with the META LIBNAME engine E9BB18
    SN-020460 Joining two tables can cause your system to stop responding or can cause an access-violation problem E9BB46
    SN-031002 Database passwords are displayed in the SAS® log in clear text E9BC24
    SN-032284 A Read-access violation occurs when running PROC METALIB to update tables that originate from an Adabas database E9BC24
    SN-016116 Pre-Assigned Library fails with an unexpected error has occurred E9BC42
    SN-032376 Access violation occurs when updating metadata for a table that contains multiple indexes with long index names E9BC66
    SN-034840 Running PROC METALIB on a DB2 libray and attempting to update a table that has a foreign key relationship with another table might cause an error E9BC75
    SN-036544 ERROR: "Libname lref not available for use" occurs when assigning a library using the META engine E9BD05
    SN-038292 Libname X not available for use error when password for WebDAV library is more than nine characters E9BD19
    SN-039550 A Read access violation occurs when you use the METALIB procedure to import or register database tables into the SAS® Metadata Repository E9BD28
    SN-042180 Support for implicit pass-through facility with SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server when using the META engine on the LIBNAME statement E9BD50
    Install Instructions: E9BD50wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD50.
    Download: E9BD50 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9BD52 for Windows
    Released: Mar 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-042334 ALERT - Extra rows are returned in resulting data sets when you use the syntax SELECT * rather than SELECT A, B, C in SAS® Warranty Analysis E9BD52
    Install Instructions: E9BD52wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD52.
    Download: E9BD52 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BD55 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017704 ALERT - An update to ensure proper authentication logging on to an Integration Technology Server E9BA16
    SN-032805 Trusted Peer Connections between a SAS® process in a Windows environment and a Metadata Server in a z/OS environment run as public user connections E9BB40
    SN-020384 If your z/OS user ID begins with special characters, you cannot see pre-assigned libraries from SAS® Enterprise Guide® 4.1 E9BB40
    SN-020418 "ACCESS DENIED" authentication error is not displayed as expected when the Metadata server using a Japanese version of Windows E9BB40
    SN-031165 IOM messages are truncated in the SAS® Metadata Server log E9BB96
    SN-034913 The SAS® Metadata Server stops responding if a long user ID or password is submitted for authentication E9BC69
    SN-034915 Submitting a blank user ID when logging in to the SAS® Metadata Server causes the server memory usage to increase suddenly E9BC69
    SN-040494 ALERT - A SAS/SHARE® server fails or does not respond when it is run as a Microsoft Windows service E9BD37
    SN-042456 You cannot access files on a SAS/SHARE® server E9BD51
    Install Instructions: E9BD55wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD55.
    Download: E9BD55 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
    ATTENTION(1): To fully implement the fix for SN-041220, you must also download and install SAS Base hot fix E9BD54. The fix for the problem documented in this SAS Note will not be fully functional unless both E9BD54 and E9BD55 are applied.
    ATTENTION(2): OpenVMS Alpha customers should install SAS BASE hot fix E9BD62.
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    E9BD56 was replaced by E9BD59

    E9BD57 for Windows
    Released: May 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017916 Japanese characters might not appear correctly in Enhanced Editor E9BA33
    SN-042626 SAS® program files are overwritten with empty files E9BD57
    Install Instructions: E9BD57wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD57.
    Download: E9BD57 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9BD59 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017514 Job submissions to grid manager increasingly slow E9BA05
    SN-017233 Poor performance with large DATA step and many missing values E9BA07
    SN-017653 -SGIO option generates I/O error message when ODS or procedure output is to an existing SAS data set E9BA15
    SN-017072 Metadata server service might show starting state but never start E9BA19
    SN-010866 Text Pad cannot store a single character value in column 1 E9BA29
    SN-013525 ALERT - File>Open and File>Save might cause SAS to lock up with Jaws screen reader in SAS 9.1 E9BA55
    SN-018540 SAS Display Manager keys fail when you select Tools=>Options=>Output while using the JAWS screen reader with SAS® 9.1.3 on the Windows platform E9BA55
    SN-019040 Double-byte text strings are truncated when using the host WMF device driver E9BA76
    SN-018929 Font type WingDings might not work on DBCS SAS® 9.1.3 with the GPLOT procedure E9BA76
    SN-019225 DDE stops working after hotfix E9BA55 is installed E9BA85
    SN-019224 PROC APPEND fails with SGIO option on Windows operating systems E9BA85
    SN-019345 Increased LRECL support for SAS® on MS Windows E9BA95
    SN-019608 SAS® Metadata server fails to start when system restarted E9BB05
    SN-020274 Grid sign-on fails to honor the TCPPORTFIRST and the TCPPORTLAST options E9BB36
    SN-019386 SAS/CONNECT may issue "Segmentation Violation In Task [ Program ]" E9BB58
    SN-020817 Using the JOBNAME= option to specify a job name in the GRDSVC_ENABLE call routine E9BB58
    SN-020870 SIGNON attempts to SAS® Grid Manager might fail E9BB58
    SN-020646 Moving the cursor off of a selected Radio Box item before releasing the mouse can incorrectly show updated selection E9BB75
    SN-021112 A SAS/CONNECT® software session might result in orphaned processes on a remote UNIX server E9BB75
    SN-031098 ALERT - A SAS® server might become unresponsive on highly loaded systems E9BB95
    SN-031719 Some components from version 6 of SAS/AF® software might cause a read-access violation with repeated use E9BC09
    SN-031795 Dragging the cursor to an unselected item within the Radio Box control can unexpectedly update the internal value for the unselected item E9BC09
    SN-031400 Resetting system time backwards causes negative "real time" value in STIMER output E9BC09
    SN-019028 Truncation errors might occur when using Unicode SAS with UTF-8 encoding to process 8-bit characters E9BC18
    SN-032113 The $EBCDIC format/informat generates incorrect results if ENCODING=UTF8 is set E9BC18
    SN-019330 Problems might occur when you invoke SAS® macros using Microsoft Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) automation submit method E9BC18
    SN-032096 ERROR "SAS Error Event: Error sending status, 1, to SCM. Error 6: The handle is invalid." occurs when stopping the SAS® Metadata Server E9BC18
    SN-032521 ALERT - A Multi-Processing (MP) CONNECT session might not respond in UNIX environments E9BC18
    SN-032547 Data sets written to tape in SAS® 8.2 are not readable in SAS® 9.1.3 E9BC18
    SN-032672 DDE error "Physical file does not exist, excel|system." occurs after applying hot fix bundle E9BX03 for SAS® 9.1.3 SP4 E9BC30
    SN-033403 Segmentation violation and bridge stub errors on AIX E9BC60
    SN-036130 Running large SQL queries in the AIX operating environment can generate results with missing values E9BC60
    SN-034651 Using a Japanese or DBCS character in a pathname may cause truncation of file name E9BC67
    SN-034955 The SAS® Metadata Server stops accepting new client connections and returns an error when too many files are open E9BD12
    SN-041361 Modification datetime stamp is changed on existing version of a SAS® data set when you create a new data set with same name E9BD44
    SN-040494 ALERT - A SAS/SHARE® server fails or does not respond when it is run as a Microsoft Windows service E9BD59
    Install Instructions: E9BD59wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD59.
    Download: E9BD59 for Windows   (File Size: 4.2M)
    ATTENTION (1): To obtain the complete fix for SN-020817 and SN-019386 you must also download and install SAS/CONNECT hot fix E9CT05. The issues described in SN-020817 and SN-019386 will not be fully fixed until both E9BD56 and E9CT05 are applied.
    ATTENTION (2): To obtain the complete fix for SN-021112 you must also download and install SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 hot fix E9D216. The issue described in SN-021112 will not be fully fixed until both E9BD56 and E9D216 are applied. This is not applicable to z/OS sites.
    Customers running on VMS should download E9BD44.
    Customers running on Unix and MVS should download E9BD56.
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    E9BD61 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2011
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017873 ALERT - Extra WHERE clause may get added to query passed to databases E9BA31
    SN-017888 Segmentation Violation error issued when using PROC SQL and SAS/ACCESS® with a LENGTH= option larger than 32 E9BA31
    SN-018108 Segmentation violation when executing multiple queries against a PROC SQL view containing a LIBNAME statement E9BA44
    SN-018176 ALERT - Import of table through Information Map Library Engine deletes physical table E9BA48
    SN-020479 Batch jobs might end with a return code of 4 with no warning in the SAS® log E9BA53
    SN-018487 Compress() function returns incorrect results when used on PROC SQL INSERT statement after applying SAS® 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 E9BA53
    SN-016074 "WARNING: At least one nonessential grouping column reference has been removed from a GROUP BY's reference list" E9BA53
    SN-019170 Errors issued when integer references for column is used in a PROC SQL GROUP BY statement E9BA83
    SN-019372 Performance is poor in the SQL procedure when you use the COUNT(Distinct xxxx) function E9BB04
    SN-019527 Specifying the NOIPASSTHRU option in PROC SQL does not disable implicit passthru E9BB04
    SN-016547 Correlated subqueries using column aliases may not be passed to your dbms when using SAS/ACCESS LIBNAME statement E9BB10
    SN-019930 Using more than 36 tables in a UNION operation within an SQL procedure generates an error message E9BB26
    SN-020130 Aliases columns or aliased tables in the SQL procedure blocks Implicit Pass-Through E9BB29
    SN-030428 Aliased constant values become missing in outer joins and unions E9BB29
    SN-020162 Using functions without parameters in WHERE clauses can block Implicit Pass-Through E9BB29
    SN-020126 SAS/ACCESS® software now provides full support of the INNER JOIN syntax E9BB29
    SN-020116 SAS/ACCESS® software fails to use table aliases correctly when you use in-line SELECT statements E9BB29
    SN-020123 Incorrect SQL text is generated when inner and left joins are used E9BB29
    SN-020125 Using implicit pass-through might cause an incorrect table reference assignment E9BB29
    SN-020129 An incorrect Implicit Pass-Through query is generated when you use a combination of inner and outer Joins E9BB29
    SN-020122 Performance issues occur because SQL code is not passed to the database E9BB29
    SN-030390 Improvements are now available in relational database optimization via the SQL procedure E9BB70
    SN-019655 Filter behavior inconsistent between SAS® Web Report Studio 3.1 and SAS® Information Map Studio E9BB70
    SN-020635 Incorrect textualization of SQL Implicit Pass-Through queries occurs when you combine multiple inner joins with one or more outer joins E9BB70
    SN-032085 Incorrect SQL optimization may produce incorrect results E9BB76
    SN-030942 The WHERE clause strips trailing blanks from string literals that are concatenated with DBMS columns of type VARCHAR E9BB76
    SN-030923 Aliased summary functions in Base SAS® software are not passed to databases E9BB76
    SN-030893 Using an ORDER BY clause in the SQL procedure causes performance problems E9BB76
    SN-031102 A segmentation-violation error might occur after you apply Hot Fix E9BA83 and you access Oracle E9BB76
    SN-031191 Support is now available for the PROC SQL CREATE TABLE statement for the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® E9BB93
    SN-031122 SQLPLAN internal errors might occur when you select columns from an SQL view E9BB93
    SN-031121 Implicit Pass-Through errors occur when accessing Oracle tables E9BB93
    SN-031291 Errors occur in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® for numeric columns that are defined with the MISSING statement when it is used in WHERE processing E9BB99
    SN-031211 Errors occur in the SQL procedure's Implicit Pass-Through facility after you apply hot fixes E9BB72, E9BB76, and E9BB80 E9BB99
    SN-031249 SQLPLAN errors occur when you reference a calculated column on an SQL WHERE clause E9BB99
    SN-031905 Enhancements to the Implicit SQL Pass-Through facility enable more of a query to be passed to a database E9BC11
    SN-031863 ALERT - Using the EQT operator in the SQL procedure incorrectly classifies rows with missing values as a match E9BC11
    SN-031564 Performance problems occur when you use the CASE expression with DBMS tables E9BC11
    SN-031825 After applying hot fixes E9BB98 and E9BB99, column aliases are passed to the SQL GROUP BY clause in place of the corresponding real column names E9BC11
    SN-033763 Using the CALCULATED keyword in a WHERE clause in a PROC SQL inner join generates a cartesian product E9BC25
    SN-033649 Calculations that involve DBMS datetime values can return incorrect results E9BC25
    SN-033073 Using the CALCULATED keyword in a WHERE clause generates a Carteisan product E9BC25
    SN-032636 A Read-access violation might be generated after you apply hot fixes E9BB80, E9BB98, and E9BB99 E9BC25
    SN-032537 ALERT - Incorrect query results might be generated after you apply hot fixes E9BB80, E9BB98, and E9BB99 or you run SAS® 9.2 E9BC25
    SN-032925 An error occurs when you use the IDXNAME= and the WHERE= data set options in an SQL procedure query E9BC32
    SN-032472 Concatenating libraries can result in Read-access violations in the SQL procedure E9BC32
    SN-032545 An SQLPLAN error might occur after you apply hot fixes E9BB98 and E9BB99 E9BC32
    SN-032406 Outer joins that contain a WHERE clause with the STRIP() and PUT() functions cause abnormal endings E9BC32
    SN-035779 The LENGTH= column modifier is handled incorrectly when you use PROC SQL to create character columns in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® tables E9BC32
    SN-034012 Column aliases are not passed correctly to GROUP BY or ORDER BY clauses in the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server® E9BC32
    SN-032542 An error message incorrectly appears when you use the IDXNAME= and the WHERE= option data set options together in an SQL procedure E9BC32
    SN-011210 Incorrect results occur when you use a WHERE= option with indexed tables in the SQL procedure E9BC46
    SN-034564 The COUNT() or N() functions return incorrect results when used in a query containing a WHERE clause or a WHERE= data set option E9BC46
    SN-035011 A Read-access violation occurs in the SQL procedure when the WHERE= data set option is placed in an ORDER BY clause E9BC46
    SN-033094 ALERT - Incorrect results might be generated when you use the LIBNAME statement to join multiple Oracle tables E9BC46
    SN-033648 ALERT - The implicit pass-through facility does not correctly switch argument order for the DB2 LOCATE() function when you pass the INDEX() function to DB2 E9BC62
    SN-034993 An error occurs when you run an SQL query with the ORACLE LIBNAME engine E9BC62
    SN-034975 Segmentation violations might occur after you apply Hot Fix E9BC46 in queries that reference DBMS tables E9BC62
    SN-034391 An SQLPLAN error might occur when you use a calculated field to subset a table E9BC62
    SN-036280 ALERT - The SQL procedure generates incorrect results when you copy a SAS® data set from one platform to another platform E9BC94
    SN-033084 An SQLPLAN internal error might occur when reference a variable from an in-line view that created the variable from a constant E9BC94
    SN-034678 An SQLPLAN error occurs when you submit a query with a CALCULATED column reference in a CASE expression that contains a GROUP BY clause E9BC94
    SN-036177 Incorrect results might occur when you run a PROC SQL join with an additional WHERE clause against Teradata tables E9BC94
    SN-036202 SQLPLAN internal errors might occur when you reference calculated columns in an SQL procedure E9BC94
    SN-036748 The MULTI_DATASRC_OPT= option is ignored when multiple WHERE clause predicates are used in an SQL join operation E9BD08
    SN-034153 Option DBIDIRECTEXEC prevents SAS® Enterprise Guide from opening tables created by PROC SQL E9BD13
    SN-034234 Incorrect results might occur if you use the LIBNAME statement option IP=YES with an SQL procedure that contains data calculations in a WHERE clause E9BD13
    SN-040951 Arithemetic performed on DATA and TIME data types is not passed to the underlying DBMS in SAS/ACCESS® 9.1.3 software E9BD20
    SN-038458 SQLPLAN internal errors might occur when you reference a view in a query that has variables that are defined with the the LENGTH= column modifier E9BD20
    SN-040492 Incorrect textualization of SQL Implicit Pass-Through queries occurs when you combine multiple inner joins with the UNION operator E9BD20
    SN-038519 Specifying both the DBSLICPARM= and the MULTI_DATASRC_OPT= options might generate incorrect results E9BD26
    SN-039304 SQL views of DBMS tables may not return aliased column names E9BD26
    SN-039129 Formatting a newly created, missing numeric variable might result in a "Format not found" error E9BD32
    SN-039125 An SQLPLAN error might occur when you use a new column variable in a correlated subquery E9BD32
    SN-039271 ALERT - Outer join condition may not appear on WHERE clause when performing query against Oracle E9BD32
    SN-039984 An SQL procedure view does not return any rows when it is used in DATA step or a PRINT procedure E9BD43
    SN-041785 Read Access Violation errors occur when creating a long macro variable with the PROC SQL / INTO: macro interface E9BD43
    SN-042030 Oracle PREPARE error issued when SAS table is empty and no keys are in the WHERE clause E9BD47
    SN-044069 Performance might be affected if your query joins multiple tables or views in which variables are being renamed E9BD61
    Install Instructions: E9BD61wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9BD61.
    Download: E9BD61 for Windows   (File Size: 2.4M)
    ATTENTION (1): E9BD61 for Windows is also available for the following languages:
    German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Simplified Chinese
    ATTENTION (2): Customers running SAS Base SQL must also download and install SAS Base hot fixes E9BD42 and E9BD48.
    Download E9BD42
    Download E9BD42 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BD48
    Download E9BD48 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    ATTENTION (3): OpenVMS Alpha customers should install SAS BASE hot fix E9BD32.
    Download E9BD32
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    SAS DATA QUALITY SERVER

    E9QL01 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017677 Potential error when generating match codes via the DQMatch procedure E9QL01
    SN-017055 The DQMATCH procedure is limited to 10 CRITERIA statements that contain the EXACT options E9QL01
    SN-017678 Cluster analysis failing with Proc DQMATCH against large datasets E9QL01
    SN-017643 dqidentify function not returning same value as dfPower Studio for PLPOL locale E9QL01
    Install Instructions: E9QL01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9QL01.
    Download: E9QL01 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    SAS HPF

    E9HP01 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017421 Segmentation Violation or Floating Point Overflow Error may occur with HPFENGINE E9HP01
    Install Instructions: E9HP01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9HP01.
    Download: E9HP01 for Windows   (File Size: 3.4M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix should be applied ONLY to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.1. This hot fix should NOT be applied to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.2 or to any other release of SAS High-Performance Forecasting.
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    E9HP02 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019620 ALERT - Constraints in the CONSTRAINT= data set in PROC HPFRECONCILE might be ignored E9HP02
    SN-019574 A Read Access Violation might occur when running PROC HPFENGINE with the STOCHASTIC statement E9HP02
    SN-019617 The modeltype indicator label in the OUTMODELINFO= data set might be incorrect E9HP02
    SN-019509 Future values of stochastic input variables might be ignored after the date specified in the HORIZONSTART= option in PROC HPFENGINE E9HP02
    Install Instructions: E9HP02wn.txt
    Download: E9HP02 for Windows   (File Size: 3.2M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix should be applied ONLY to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.2. This hot fix should NOT be applied to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.1 or to any other release of SAS High-Performance Forecasting.
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    E9HP03 was replaced by E9HP05

    E9HP04 was replaced by E9HP05

    E9HP05 for Windows
    Released: May 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-032597 An OUTSTAT= data set is not created when fitting an over-parameterized IDM model in HPFENGINE E9HP03
    SN-032617 RETAINCHOOSE option in PROC HPFDIAGNOSE changes to RETAINCHOOSE=TRUE|YES|FALSE|NO E9HP03
    SN-032495 Running Forecast Server 2.1 on AIX can trigger an Exception Error when running HPFDIAGNOSE using outlier detection E9HP03
    SN-034221 ERROR: Read Access Violation in Task [HPFENGINE] when log transformation is used E9HP04
    SN-033975 Post-adjustments are not applied to forecasts when an Exponential Smoothing Model (ESM) is used E9HP04
    SN-033780 ALERT - INCORRECT STANDARD ERROR IN DEMANDS TABLE WHEN BACK= IS USED E9HP04
    SN-033779 A Read Access Violation might occur and processing will stop generating output from PROC HPFENGINE when ODS Graphics code is used. E9HP04
    SN-034218 ERROR: "Floating Point Zero Divide" may occur when analyzing nearly constant data E9HP04
    SN-033529 HPFENGINE options TASK=FIT | UPDATE | FORECAST do not persist when MINOBS= conditon is used to generate a _MEAN_ forecast. E9HP04
    SN-033818 The NOALTLIST option is ignored on the PROC HPFENGINE statement if the TASK= option is different than TASK=SELECT. E9HP04
    SN-034164 Invalid Operation error may occur if selected ARIMA model produces a perfect fit E9HP04
    SN-035207 The SAS session might stall when running PROC HPFDIAGNOSE with a near constant response E9HP05
    Install Instructions: E9HP05wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9HP05.
    Download: E9HP05 for Windows   (File Size: 3.5M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix should be applied ONLY to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.3. This hot fix should NOT be applied to SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.2 or to any other release of SAS High-Performance Forecasting.
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    SAS INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGIES

    E9IH01 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017764 ALERT - Processing halted and Error dialog box displayed when reading IBM WebSphere MQ queue E9IH01
    Install Instructions: E9IH01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9IH01.
    Download: E9IH01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO DB2

    E9D203 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018374 Bulkload statistics now stored in macro variables E9D203
    Install Instructions: E9D203wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9D203.
    Download: E9D203 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix is intended for Unix and Windows customers running any version of DB2 Client earlier than DB2 Client 8.1 Fix Pack 9. Customers running the DB2 Client 8.1 Fix Pack 9 or later should download and install hot fix E9D216.
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    E9D205 was replaced by E9D216

    E9D208 was replaced by E9D216

    E9D210 was replaced by E9D216

    E9D214 was replaced by E9D216

    E9D216 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019987 PROC DBLOAD fails to insert the correct number of rows using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 E9D205
    SN-019993 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 has been enhanced to use the new DB2 API interface for bulk loading and importing to DB2 E9D205
    SN-019989 A floating-point exception error can occur when you use SAS® Data Integration Studio 3.4 to update table metadata in the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 E9D205
    SN-020976 An error might occur when you perform concurrent uploads to DB2 partitioned databases E9D208
    SN-020977 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 cannot obtain the last inserted identity value unless you issue a separate SELECT statement after the INSERT statement E9D208
    SN-021112 A SAS/CONNECT® software session might result in orphaned processes on a remote UNIX server E9D210
    SN-033912 The SYSDBRC and SYSDBMSG macro variables are not populated after a bulk-loading failure E9D214
    SN-033902 Incorrect error messages are generated for errors that result when you try to insert rows into DB2 and you use the BULKLOAD=YES option E9D214
    SN-033663 Bulk loading fails when you use the DB2 9.5 client with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 E9D214
    SN-035928 An error occurs when you access data of types BLOB and CLOB from a DB2 table E9D216
    Install Instructions: E9D216wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9D216.
    Download: E9D216 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix is intended for Unix and Windows customers running the DB2 Client 8.1 Fix Pack 9 or later. Customers running earlier versions of the DB2 Client should install hot fix E9D203.
    ATTENTION: To obtain the complete fix for SN-021112 you must also download and install SAS/BASE hot fix E9BC76. The issues detailed in SN-021112 will not be fully fixed until both E9D216 and E9BC76 are applied.
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO HP NEOVIEW

    E9NW01 was replaced by E9NW05

    E9NW02 was replaced by E9NW05

    E9NW03 was replaced by E9NW05

    E9NW04 was replaced by E9NW05

    E9NW05 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-031055 An error occurs when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to HP Neoview and an uppercase connection user name to access the Neoview platform E9NW01
    SN-032238 Numeric data that contains decimals in an HP Neoview table are assigned a DOLLARw.d format in the SAS® System E9NW02
    SN-032935 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Neoview now takes advantage of the Neoview ODBC driver's 4MB Read/Write buffer E9NW04
    SN-037003 An error occurs when you use the Hewlett-Packard Neoview driver 2.3.4 with SAS® 9.1.3 E9NW05
    SN-037608 User-generated queries conflict with batch programs and errors occur in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to HP Neoview E9NW05
    Install Instructions: E9NW05wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9NW05.
    Download: E9NW05 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO MYSQL

    E9YQ01 was replaced by E9YQ04

    E9YQ02 was replaced by E9YQ04

    E9YQ03 was replaced by E9YQ04

    E9YQ04 for Windows
    Released: May 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018824 Use of MySQL 5.0 client on Windows platforms E9YQ01
    SN-018039 "ERROR: numeric expression requires numeric format" E9YQ01
    SN-018165 A MySQL decimal column is incorrectly being seen as a text column with MySQL 5.0 within SAS® E9YQ01
    SN-018494 Column length is doubled when MySQL LIBNAME engine settings are changed to any DBCS encoding values E9YQ02
    SN-031117 The MySQL client might run out of memory if a large results set is produced with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to MYSQL E9YQ03
    SN-033404 A segmentation violation occurs when a MySQL table contains a binary large object (BLOB) variable E9YQ03
    SN-033847 An error occurs when you run a stored procedure on a MYSQL client with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to MySQL E9YQ04
    SN-035475 SCL code passes a number instead of date when you connect to the MySQL database with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to MySQL E9YQ04
    Install Instructions: E9YQ04wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9YQ04.
    Download: E9YQ04 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO NETEZZA

    E9NZ01 was replaced by E9NZ02

    E9NZ02 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-033362 uploading the MATables in Netezza fails to complete E9NZ01
    SN-030556 The BULKUNLOAD= option is ONLY used as a data set option in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Netezza E9NZ01
    SN-030464 Japanese characters do not display successfully in SAS® Enterprise Guide® when you access Netezza with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC or SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Netezza E9NZ01
    SN-035799 An error occurs when you use the Netezza engine in a LIBNAME statement to access Netezza release 4.6 E9NZ02
    Install Instructions: E9NZ02wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9NZ02.
    Download: E9NZ02 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO ODBC

    E9OD01 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD02 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD03 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD04 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD05 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD06 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD07 was replaced by E9OD08

    E9OD08 for Windows
    Released: May 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-037514 Support is now available for reading the MySQL LONGTEXT data type in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC E9OD01
    SN-018348 "Data truncated" warning issued using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC to access Informix data E9OD01
    SN-017463 Incorrect length assigned to character variables using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC and SAS 9.1.3 SP4 E9OD01
    SN-018476 READBUFF setting not honored with certain SQL queries against a SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC libref E9OD02
    SN-018538 "Error: DIAG[42000] [HP ODBC driver] ERROR [4118] The cursor query expression is not updatable. (-4118) when using HP ODBC driver SQL" E9OD02
    SN-018988 Netezza support for remote external tables interface for SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC E9OD03
    SN-018990 Incorrect data inserted into DB2 column defined as "CHAR() FOR BIT DATA" E9OD03
    SN-018991 ALERT - Bulkloading into Microsoft SQL Server can lead to loss of precision E9OD03
    SN-019988 PROC DBLOAD fails to insert the correct number of rows when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC E9OD04
    SN-019994 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC has been enhanced to use the new DB2 API interface for bulk loading and importing data to DB2 E9OD04
    SN-019990 A floating-point exception error can occur when you use SAS® Data Integration Studio 3.4 to update table metadata in the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC E9OD04
    SN-019995 Accessing SYBASE IQ tables with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC appears to freeze or is extremely slow E9OD04
    SN-019970 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC does not properly set the SYSDBRC and SYSDBMSG automatic macro variables when a Netezza load fails E9OD04
    SN-032370 DBLOAD procedure does not write non-English characters to Microsoft SQL Server Unicode Field E9OD05
    SN-016094 Invalid characters might display when use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC to connect a SAS Unicode server to a Unicode database E9OD05
    SN-033733 The LIBNAME statement’s QUALIFIER= option is not honored in subsequent PROC SQL SELECT statements that include the DISTINCT option and that are run against the same libref E9OD06
    SN-035182 The QUALIFIER= option is ignored when you use DISTINCT in a PROC SQL SELECT statement with a libref in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 E9OD06
    SN-033148 An error message occurs when you connect to the HP Neoview database with the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC engine E9OD06
    SN-035971 An error occurs when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC to append data to a nonexistent DATAllegro table E9OD07
    SN-037477 An incorrect value might be inserted into an Oracle SMALLINT data type when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC on a Linux platform E9OD08
    Install Instructions: E9OD08wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OD08.
    Download: E9OD08 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO OLE DB

    E9OL01 was replaced by E9OL06

    E9OL02 was replaced by E9OL06

    E9OL03 was replaced by E9OL06

    E9OL04 was replaced by E9OL06

    E9OL05 was replaced by E9OL06

    E9OL06 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017331 "ERROR: Invalid Character Value for Cast Specification" with SAS/ACCESS Interface to OLE DB and SQL Server 2005 E9OL01
    SN-017712 Character strings are padded with trailing blanks when you use the LIBNAME engine in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB E9OL01
    SN-018016 Using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB with INSERTBUFF incorrectly inserts nulls instead of data E9OL02
    SN-020253 Using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB to connect to Informix and Oracle databases results in an incorrect data type E9OL03
    SN-020252 An error might occur when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB to insert data into a table E9OL03
    SN-031361 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB does not pass the complete SQL code to the database for inner and outer joins E9OL04
    SN-032025 Problems occur because SAS/ACCESS® Interface to ODBC and SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB deliver unique identifiers differently E9OL05
    SN-016337 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to OLE DB does not support the DBTYPE_VARIANT data type E9OL06
    Install Instructions: E9OL06wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OL06.
    Download: E9OL06 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: Customers must also download and install SAS Base hot fixes E9BD42, E9BD61, and E9BD48.
    Download E9BD42
    Download E9BD42 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BD61
    Download E9BD61 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
    Download E9BD48
    Download E9BD48 for SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO ORACLE

    E9OC02 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC04 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC05 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC06 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC07 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC08 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC09 for Windows
    Released: Aug 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019772 The Oracle Database 10g client is supported on the Linux Itanium operating system through the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC05
    SN-019771 The Oracle Database 10g client is supported on the HP Itanium operating system through the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC06
    SN-020088 The SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle returns incorrect byte lengths for the CHAR and VARCHAR2 columns E9OC07
    SN-020190 The Oracle bulk loader is disabled when you use the -NOXCMD command to invoke the SAS® System E9OC07
    SN-020317 The Oracle 10g client is supported on the Linux operating system through SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC08
    SN-020733 Control files and data files might still exist after you bulk load an Oracle table E9OC09
    SN-020794 An error occurs when there is a space in the directory paths of an SQL*Loader file E9OC09
    SN-020712 Decreased performance might occur when you use bulk loading in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC09
    SN-020710 The BL_DEFAULT_DIR data set option enables you to overide the default path for SQL*LOADER intermediate files when bulk loading to Oracle E9OC09
    SN-020714 TIMESTAMP format does not work for all foreign languages E9OC09
    SN-020734 An error occurs when data that has any date format is loaded to Oracle in a non-English environment E9OC09
    Install Instructions: E9OC09wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OC09.
    Download: E9OC09 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: To complete the installation of this hot fix on Alpha/VMS, you must also download and install hot fix E9BC90 for Alpha. This hot fix will NOT be fully functional without E9BC90 applied.
    ATTENTION: This hot fix is intended for customers running the Oracle 8i client. Customers running the Oracle 9i client or above should install E9OC15 instead. DBCS customers should install the DBCS version of E9OC15.
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    E9OC10 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC11 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC12 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC13 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC14 was replaced by E9OC15

    E9OC15 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019772 The Oracle Database 10g client is supported on the Linux Itanium operating system through the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC05
    SN-019771 The Oracle Database 10g client is supported on the HP Itanium operating system through the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC06
    SN-020088 The SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle returns incorrect byte lengths for the CHAR and VARCHAR2 columns E9OC07
    SN-020190 The Oracle bulk loader is disabled when you use the -NOXCMD command to invoke the SAS® System E9OC07
    SN-020317 The Oracle 10g client is supported on the Linux operating system through SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC08
    SN-020733 Control files and data files might still exist after you bulk load an Oracle table E9OC09
    SN-020794 An error occurs when there is a space in the directory paths of an SQL*Loader file E9OC09
    SN-020712 Decreased performance might occur when you use bulk loading in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Oracle E9OC09
    SN-020710 The BL_DEFAULT_DIR data set option enables you to overide the default path for SQL*LOADER intermediate files when bulk loading to Oracle E9OC09
    SN-020714 TIMESTAMP format does not work for all foreign languages E9OC09
    SN-020734 An error occurs when data that has any date format is loaded to Oracle in a non-English environment E9OC09
    SN-020687 Support for Oracle TIMESTAMP data types added in SAS 9.1.3 E9OC10
    SN-031179 Hot Fix E9OC10 for Oracle timestamp support might cause performance degradation E9OC11
    SN-032148 The Table Loader step in a SAS® Data Integration Studio job might not stop processing properly after a constraint violation error E9OC12
    SN-019910 INSERTBUFF= should be set to 1 when Using MODIFY to update an Oracle table E9OC12
    SN-032461 An error occurs because temporary tables are not deleted when you execute SCD2 code E9OC12
    SN-036595 The BL_DELETE_FILES option deletes all file types(.ctl, .log, and .dat) that are created with the bulk loader E9OC13
    SN-035837 Trace messages do not appear for the SQL statements INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE E9OC13
    SN-033135 "Error: Physical file does not exist" occurs when using SAS® Merchandise Data Integration with Oracle SQL*Loader E9OC13
    SN-038842 An SQL query that is run against an Oracle table might return incorrect results if a WHERE clause contains the BETWEEN operator and a date operand E9OC15
    Install Instructions: E9OC15wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OC15.
    Download: E9OC15 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
    ATTENTION: To complete the install of this hot fix on the UNIX platforms, you must manually relink the sasora executable. See step 8 of the install instructions for more details.
    ATTENTION: Customers running on the Solaris for X64 platform should download and install E9OC11. DBCS customers should install the DBCS version of E9OC11.
    ATTENTION: To complete the installation of this hot fix, OpenVMS_Alpha customers must also download and install hot fix E9BD33. DBCS customers should install the DBCS version of E9BD33. Customers running on all other platforms should download and install hot fix E9BD48. DBCS customers should install the DBCS version of E9BD48. This hot fix will NOT be fully functional without having both E9OC15 and E9BD33 or E9BD48 applied.
    ATTENTION: This hot fix is intended for customers running the Oracle 9i client or above. Customers running the Oracle 8i client should either upgrade their Oracle client to 9i or above before installing this hot fix, or install E9OC09 instead.
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO PC FILES

    E9PF01 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF02 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF03 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF04 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020002 SAS/ACCESS® software import and export errors might be caused by printer drivers E9PF04
    Install Instructions: E9PF04wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9PF04.
    Download: E9PF04 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9PF05 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF06 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF07 was replaced by E9PF08

    E9PF08 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-031105 Variable names truncate to 8 characters when you use the EXPORT procedure and DBMS=DTA to create a Stata file E9PF01
    SN-018769 PROC EXPORT fails for DBMS=JMP with floating point error on the Windows platform E9PF01
    SN-018768 PROC EXPORT to Stata file on Windows platform creates incorrect datatype E9PF01
    SN-018913 PROC EXPORT to JMP® creates numeric fields with 2 decimal places E9PF01
    SN-018993 Certain date formats generate error with PROC EXPORT when exporting to SPSS, STATA, and JMP files E9PF01
    SN-019383 Proc Import of SPSS v12 File Errors and Truncates Long Variable Names E9PF02
    SN-019465 Segmentation violation when importing an Excel 5.0/95 spreadsheet into SAS E9PF02
    SN-020326 The IMPORT Procedure in SAS® Enterprise Guide® does not read Excel data properly E9PF03
    SN-020325 Using the EXPORT procedure with DBMS=XLS in 9.1.3 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files under UNIX to create a Microsoft Excel file might cause problems with the Excel file E9PF03
    SN-013954 PROC DBLOAD to create an Excel 5.0 file does not apply numeric formatting correctly E9PF05
    SN-020997 The SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC files on UNIX cannot read Excel column names that contain Asian phonetic text strings E9PF05
    SN-030657 Missing values can occur in SAS if you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files 9.1.3 to pull data from an Excel workbook that resides under UNIX E9PF06
    SN-030646 The SHEET= and RANGE= options are now available in the EXPORT procedure when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files 9.1.3 in the UNIX environment E9PF06
    SN-030961 When using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files on UNIX platforms to write to Excel, some types of data result in a corrupted XLS file E9PF06
    SN-031711 Formatting errors might occur when exporting SAS® data sets to Stata E9PF07
    SN-031715 Memory request errors occur when using PROC IMPORT DBMS=XLS to import complex Excel spreadsheets E9PF07
    SN-032702 ALERT - Missing values can be incorrectly filled when you import a Microsoft Access file with the DBSASTYPE= option in a LIBNAME statement E9PF07
    SN-036679 An incorrect Microsoft Excel sheet might be read when you use the XLS engine to read Excel ranges E9PF08
    SN-036681 Invalid header-file errors occur when use the IMPORT procedure with the JMP engine to read JMP® 8 files E9PF08
    SN-034258 An error occurs when you use PROC IMPORT to read an SPSS file with a user-defined format that has the same name as a SAS format E9PF08
    SN-036667 Time values that exceed 24 hours do not properly export when you use the EXCEL engine E9PF08
    Install Instructions: E9PF08wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9PF08.
    Download: E9PF08 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    E9PF09 for Windows
    Released: Dec 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-037655 A segmentation violation can occur when you submit a LIBNAME statement with the PCFILES LIBNAME engine against a Lotus Notes ODBC data source E9PF09
    Install Instructions: E9PF09wn.txt
    Download: E9PF09 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO R/3

    D9R302 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2005
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-015516 ALERT - The incorrect Xerces library for the SAS RFC server is installed on all UNIX hosts in SAS 9.1.3 D9R302
    SN-016007 SAS/ACCESS 4.1 Interface to R/3 produces 'ERROR: Unexpected end of file' D9R302
    SN-016008 ERROR: Unexpected end of file generated when running SAS/ACCESS 4.1 Interface to R/3 batch extractions in parallel D9R302
    Install Instructions: D9R302wn.txt
    Download: D9R302 for Windows   (File Size: 32.5M)
    ATTENTION (1): This hot fix should be applied to SAS/Access to R/3 4.1 only. It should not be applied to any other release of this product.
    ATTENTION (2): This hot fix can be applied to systems running either SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 3 or SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4.
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    E9R303 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-034215 New add-on is available for SAP ECC 6.0, SAP Kernel Release 7.0 E9R303
    Install Instructions: E9R303wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9R303.
    Download: E9R303 for Windows   (File Size: 196K)
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    E9R304 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-035243 An invalid password error is returned when logging on to an SAP system from SAS® E9R304
    Install Instructions: E9R304wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9R304.
    Download: E9R304 for Windows   (File Size: 4.9M)
    ATTENTION (1): This hot fix should be applied to SAS/Access to R/3 4.2 only. It should not be applied to any other release of this product.
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    E9R305 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-037210 Some informats fail to load when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to R/3 to extract SAP data E9R305
    Install Instructions: E9R305wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9R305.
    Download: E9R305 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO SAP BW

    D9BW01 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-016839 ERROR: A failure occurred while generating InfoObjects Metadata D9BW01
    SN-016898 Change Data Capture adds invalid records to an ODS table in SAS/ACCESS Interface to SAP BW software D9BW01
    Install Instructions: D9BW01wn.txt
    Download: D9BW01 for Windows   (File Size: 2.5M)
    ATTENTION: This hot fix can be applied to systems running either SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 3 or SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4.
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO SYBASE

    E9SB01 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB02 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB03 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB04 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB05 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB06 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB08 was replaced by E9SB09

    E9SB09 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017567 Connection to Sybase not released when using PROC DBLOAD with the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Sybase E9SB01
    SN-018210 Incorrect amount of data may be returned when using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Sybase with threads E9SB02
    SN-017889 Notes, Warnings, or Errors not being issued when attempting to insert into a SYBASE table with triggers E9SB02
    SN-018400 Different column Format is given when using ORDER BY and a date literal within a SELECT statement using the Sybase engine E9SB03
    SN-018792 Text strings greater than 32767 are stored as a blank field when read into SAS® with the DBMAX_TEXT option set E9SB04
    SN-019240 Selecting a column that contains null values for autopartitioning when DBSLICEPARM=ALL might generate incorrect data E9SB04
    SN-019099 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Sybase with the bulkcopy feature may return a warning when an actual error was issued E9SB04
    SN-019748 Incorrect results can occur when you use the DBSLICEPARM= option with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Sybase E9SB05
    SN-033901 An error occurs in releases of Sybase that support the data types Date and Time E9SB06
    SN-033896 Performance degradation occurs when you run programs in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Sybase after you have migrated from SAS® 8.2 to SAS® 9.1.3 E9SB06
    SN-035927 ALERT - An error occurs when you append a SAS® data set to Sybase table that has a VARCHAR column with a length greater than 255 E9SB08
    SN-036626 ALERT - Incorrect dates are appended to the Sybase table when you use the APPEND procedure with the SASDATEFMT= and the BULKCOPY= options E9SB09
    Install Instructions: E9SB09wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9SB09.
    Download: E9SB09 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
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    SAS/ACCESS INTERFACE TO TERADATA

    E9TE11 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2010
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018170 Teradata FASTLOAD performance problems in SAS® 9 E9TE01
    SN-034604 Running multiple, concurrent processes in SAS® Marketing Automation causes an error in the FastLoad utility in the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE03
    SN-019941 Running multiple, concurrent processes causes an error in the FastLoad utility when you use it with the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE03
    SN-019939 Using MULTILOAD=YES without CREATE/DROP table rights in the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata can generate an error E9TE03
    SN-020199 The same query produces different results when submitted using the Pass-Through Facility in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata and using Teradata BTEQ E9TE04
    SN-020515 An error occurs when you attempt to access a Teradata TTU 8.2 library via SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 E9TE04
    SN-031370 LDAP authentication is not supported in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE05
    SN-032796 An incorrect error message is sometimes generated when using MODE=Teradata E9TE06
    SN-033955 Using the X versions of Teradata views to retrieve metadata causes performance degradation E9TE07
    SN-035002 An error occurs when you use the MultiLoad facility with SAS/ACCESS® 9.1.3 Interface to Teradata E9TE08
    SN-034729 Teradata's BIGINT data type is not supported in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE08
    SN-036348 An error might occur when you invoke the FastExport utility multiple times with the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE09
    SN-036369 An error might occur when you invoke the MultiLoad utility multiple times with the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata E9TE09
    SN-035616 The FastExport module fails when it is run under an object spawner E9TE09
    SN-036176 A Read-access violation occurs when you submit an explicit SQL pass-through query to Teradata E9TE10
    SN-037244 Performance decreases when you use an ORDER BY clause in the SQL procedure with the Teradata FastExport utility E9TE11
    SN-037894 A segmentation violation occurs when you use the MULTILOAD=YES option in the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Teradata on an HP Itanium operating system E9TE11
    Install Instructions: E9TE11wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9TE11.
    Download: E9TE11 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/ASSIST

    E9AS01 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019125 Rows might be missing in the SAS/ASSIST Query window under Query and Reporting E9AS01
    SN-019126 Prompt that the saved task already exists might not appear if you are saving with a different type E9AS01
    SN-009112 Result Manager does not display entries in correct sort order E9AS01
    Install Instructions: E9AS01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9AS01.
    Download: E9AS01 for Windows   (File Size: 2.7M)
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    SAS/CONNECT

    E9CT01 was replaced by E9CT05

    E9CT02 was replaced by E9CT05

    E9CT03 was replaced by E9CT05

    E9CT04 was replaced by E9CT05

    E9CT05 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019386 SAS/CONNECT may issue "Segmentation Violation In Task [ Program ]" E9CT01
    SN-020817 Using the JOBNAME= option to specify a job name in the GRDSVC_ENABLE call routine E9CT01
    SN-031089 A floating-point exception error might occur if you use the UPLOAD procedure to move a file that is larger than 2 GB E9CT02
    SN-013122 WZX: Invalid Conversion Map Specified E9CT03
    SN-032983 Invalid results occur when you use the DOWNLOAD procedure with the V6TRANSPORT option in SAS® 9.1.3 in the z/OS environment E9CT03
    SN-031820 An error can occur when you have applied Hot Fix #E9BB97 and you remotely submit PROC UPLOAD with a WHERE clause that points to a remote DBCS machine E9CT03
    SN-034153 Option DBIDIRECTEXEC prevents SAS® Enterprise Guide from opening tables created by PROC SQL E9CT04
    SN-033576 SAS® Enterprise Guide® does not detect when SAS data sets are created, updated, or deleted through a grid E9CT04
    SN-036081 The UPLOAD and DOWNLOAD procedures add null values to the ends of variables when you specify a SAS® view with the DATA= data set option E9CT05
    Install Instructions: E9CT05wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9CT05.
    Download: E9CT05 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
    ATTENTION: To make this hot fix fully functional you must also download and install hot fixes E9BD56 for z/OS and Unix, E9BD59 for Windows, E9BC97 and E9BC98.
    If you are running SAS with Asian Language Support, please download :
    E9BD56 (Asian Language Support) for z/OS and Unix, E9BD59 (Asian Language Support) for Windows, E9BC97 (Asian Language Support) and E9BC98 (Asian Language Support)
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    SAS/FSP

    E9FS01 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018155 Unable to mark text in a field in the FSEDIT window E9FS01
    Install Instructions: E9FS01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9FS01.
    Download: E9FS01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/GENETICS

    E9GN01 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017646 ALERT - PROC ALLLELE reports incorrect statistics with HAPLO=NONEHWD if individuals have missing alleles E9GN01
    SN-017647 ALERT - PROC HAPLOTYPE may report incorrect haplotype pair probabilities in the OUT= DATA Set E9GN01
    Install Instructions: E9GN01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GN01.
    Download: E9GN01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/GRAPH

    E9GR01 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017031 Some labels may be missing from graphs when using the GIF device driver E9GR01
    Install Instructions: E9GR01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR01.
    Download: E9GR01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9GR02 was replaced by E9GR17

    E9GR03 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018058 There was a problem with the Java applet error when viewing SAS® Text Miner concept links E9GR03
    SN-017593 "Sorry, there was a problem with the Graph control" error message issued with %DS2GRAF, %DS2CSF, %DS2CONST, or %DS2TREE E9GR03
    Install Instructions: E9GR03wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR03.
    Download: E9GR03 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9GR05 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019778 PROC GMAP with the GIF device driver may leave extra white space around the map E9GR05
    Install Instructions: E9GR05wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR05.
    Download: E9GR05 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9GR06 was replaced by E9GR13

    E9GR08 was replaced by E9GR13

    E9GR09 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2008
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020895 Performance issues occur if you use the %CPMANRPT macro to delete graph entries in SAS® IT Resource Management E9GR09
    SN-020838 Performance issues may occur when deleting GRSEG entries from catalog E9GR09
    Install Instructions: E9GR09wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR09.
    Download: E9GR09 for Windows   (File Size: 2.4M)
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    E9GR10 was replaced by E9GR16

    E9GR11 was replaced by E9GR16

    E9GR12 was replaced by E9GR13

    E9GR13 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2008
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-020254 The SAS® 9 SAS/GRAPH Java applets have an expired digital signature E9GR06
    SN-021087 Application of hotfix E9GR06 causes problems with ODS Graphics and the JAVAIMG device driver E9GR08
    SN-033169 Link tips are not displayed unless the "Show all links" option is checked E9GR12
    SN-033830 Constellation threshold scrollbar does not interact with diagram E9GR13
    Install Instructions: E9GR13wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR13.
    Download: E9GR13 for Windows   (File Size: 7.5M)
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    E9GR15 was replaced by E9GR16

    E9GR16 for Windows
    Released: Jun 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-030713 If you use SAS/GRAPH® software with fonts that support only Western characters in non-English locales, text and spacing problems might occur E9GR10
    SN-032294 Text characters might appear as boxes when using the SASEMF or SASWMF device drivers E9GR11
    SN-033596 Overlapping font characters when using fixed-spaced Asian fonts with the SASEMF and SASWMF device drivers E9GR15
    SN-035913 Top of text on the first graph title might be clipped E9GR16
    SN-035914 Incorrect characters could appear on graphics output when using a TrueType font with the SASEMF device driver E9GR16
    Install Instructions: E9GR16wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR16.
    Download: E9GR16 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9GR17 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017238 Plotted line(s) may be missing from a graph created with PROC GPLOT E9GR02
    SN-036987 BOX interpolation with PROC GPLOT might produce different results on UNIX versus Windows E9GR17
    Install Instructions: E9GR17wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9GR17.
    Download: E9GR17 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/IML

    E9ML03 for Windows
    Released: Sep 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-034587 ALERT - CALL EIGEN in the IML Procedure might modify the input matrix E9ML03
    Install Instructions: E9ML03wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ML03.
    Download: E9ML03 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    SAS/OR

    E9OR02 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-018762 Grid points are incorrect when printed with the OUTGRID option E9OR02
    SN-018763 Optimization algorithms do not start from the best grid point found during a grid search E9OR02
    Install Instructions: E9OR02wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OR02.
    Download: E9OR02 for Windows   (File Size: 2.3M)
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    E9OR03 for Windows
    Released: Feb 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-019427 Basic variable violates the non-negativity boundary constraint in the optimal solution E9OR03
    Install Instructions: E9OR03wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OR03.
    Download: E9OR03 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9OR04 for Windows
    Released: Nov 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-036896 An incorrect optimum is produced during credit risk mitigant allocation E9OR04
    Install Instructions: E9OR04wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9OR04.
    Download: E9OR04 for Windows   (File Size: 3.3M)
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    SAS/QC

    E9QC01 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-016789 PROC SHEWHART abends with ANNO= option and only a single subgroup E9QC01
    Install Instructions: E9QC01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9QC01.
    Download: E9QC01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    SAS/STAT

    E9ST01 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-015911 PROC SURVEYMEANS may abnormally terminate with crossed terms on the DOMAIN statement E9ST01
    Install Instructions: E9ST01wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST01.
    Download: E9ST01 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9ST02 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-013179 ALERT - Incorrect standard errors may occur when using the OFFSET option with the COVS option E9ST02
    SN-017530 ALERT - Incorrect sandwich estimate standard errors occur in PROC PHREG with the counting process (start, stop) syntax when using the COVS, OFFSET and MULTIPASS options E9ST02
    SN-017587 COVS option in PROC PHREG may cause missing standard errors, chisquare statistics, pvalues and hazard ratios E9ST02
    Install Instructions: E9ST02wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST02.
    Download: E9ST02 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9ST03 was replaced by E9ST10

    E9ST04 for Windows
    Released: May 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-016790 PROC BOXPLOT abends with ANNO= option and only a single box E9ST04
    Install Instructions: E9ST04wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST04.
    Download: E9ST04 for Windows   (File Size: 2.0M)
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    E9ST05 was replaced by E9ST08

    E9ST06 for Windows
    Released: Jul 2006
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017845 Insufficient memory error may occur when performing local kriging over a large number of grid points E9ST06
    Install Instructions: E9ST06wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST06.
    Download: E9ST06 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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    E9ST07 was replaced by E9ST10

    E9ST08 for Windows
    Released: Mar 2007
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-017255 ALERT - PROC MIXED can produce incorrect results for CONTRAST or ESTIMATE statement involving levels of random effects E9ST05
    SN-017503 ALERT - Incorrect results with RANDOM statement and TYPE=SP() when random effect involves a continuous effect E9ST05
    SN-017511 ALERT - Incorrect output when REPEATED statement uses TYPE=ANTE(1) and data not sorted by repeated effect within each subject E9ST05
    SN-019432 ALERT - Incorrect output possible with the GROUP= option on RANDOM statement E9ST08
    Install Instructions: E9ST08wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST08.
    Download: E9ST08 for Windows   (File Size: 2.2M)
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    E9ST09 for Windows
    Released: Jan 2008
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-021142 ALERT - Missing or incorrect results for stratified tests via the GROUP= option of the STRATA statement in PROC LIFETEST may occur when a BY statement is used E9ST09
    Install Instructions: E9ST09wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST09.
    Download: E9ST09 for Windows   (File Size: 1.9M)
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    E9ST10 for Windows
    Released: Apr 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-013510 Invalid reference value error if REF='level' used for two or more variables E9ST03
    SN-017517 SCALE= option may be ignored when PARAM=REF or PARAM=EFFECT is specified E9ST03
    SN-019162 Excessive time or memory required with many levels of CLASS variable E9ST07
    SN-016848 ALERT - Incorrect output statistics with DIST=MULT and full-rank CLASS coding E9ST10
    Install Instructions: E9ST10wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST10.
    Download: E9ST10 for Windows   (File Size: 2.1M)
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    E9ST11 for Windows
    Released: Oct 2009
    Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
    SN-037320 ERROR: Write Access Violation In Task [ STDIZE ] E9ST11
    SN-037321 Filter node gives A Problem Has Been Encountered on the Server, Write Access Violation In Task [ STDIZE ] errors E9ST11
    Install Instructions: E9ST11wn.txt
    IMPORTANT! You must have SAS 9.1.3 Service Pack 4 installed on your system before installing E9ST11.
    Download: E9ST11 for Windows   (File Size: 1.8M)
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