Hot Fix Downloads for Windows for x64
General Information about Hot Fixes
|B1P001 was replaced by B1P003|
|B1P002 was replaced by B1P003|
|B1P003 for Windows for x64|
|SAS Energy Forecasting 3.2_M1|
|60601||The "A necessary parameter is invalid or missing" error is displayed when you attempt to run a Diagnose Definition in SASĀ® Energy Forecasting||B1P001|
|60602||Running an auto-backcast in SASĀ® Energy Forecasting might fail to respond, and the forecast displays a red "X" in the Status column||B1P001|
|60603||Running a manual backcast in SASĀ® Energy Forecasting displays a red "X" in the Backcast column even though forecasting completed successfully||B1P001|
|60759||Selecting a combined model in SASĀ® Forecast Server might produce a zero (0) for the predicted load in certain cases||B1P002|
|61395||Multi-zone definition forecasts might not be deleted when running the %SEFUTREE macro||B1P003|
|D indicates that the Documentation has special pre-installation, post-installation or other unique instructions not commonly used for hot fix deployment.|
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