Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled Solaris
General Information about Hot Fixes
|A7I001 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I002 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I003 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I004 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I005 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I006 was replaced by A7I007|
|A7I007 for 64-bit Enabled Solaris|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 9.4_M4|
|60059||SAS® numeric variables are incorrectly stored as character variables when exported to SPSS using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files||A7I001|
|60744||International currencies might be read as US dollar currencies when using the XLSX driver||A7I002|
|61409||XLSX files fail to open successfully in Microsoft Excel and return the "...(Strings) Illegal xml character..." message||A7I003|
|61434||CHARACTER variables are doubled in length when you import an Excel file using the SAS® PC Files Server on a non-wlatin1 SAS® session||A7I003|
|61853||"WARNING: The length of column 1 exceeds the maximum of 254 allowed by dBASE..." might occur when you use the EXPORT procedure||A7I004|
|62530||The EXPORT procedure adds extra spaces for Microsoft Access character variables within tables when you use certain WLATIN or LATIN encodings||A7I005|
|62655||"ERROR: string is duplicated" occurs when you use the EXPORT procedure with the XLSX engine||A7I005|
|63170||"Unable to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding" occurs after invalid characters are read in an Amazon Redshift, Impala, Netezza, or PostgreSQL table||A7I006|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix A3Z075 for Base SAS 9.4_M4.|
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