Hot Fix Downloads for Linux for x64
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|B5C001 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C002 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C003 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C004 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C005 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C006 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C007 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C008 was replaced by B5C009|
|B5C009 for Linux for x64|
|SAS Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4|
|61116||ALERT - After you upgrade from SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.3 to 3.4, subflows are read from the wrong federated area||B5C001|
|62487||SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4 contains enhancements to dynamic libnames||B5C001|
|63453||You cannot edit values in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management dynamic macrovariable data sets||B5C001|
|61430||When you attempt to back up modified inputs for instances, an error might occur and the backup copy is not saved||B5C001|
|63458||A SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management backup script fails with "ERROR: An invalid number was found in buffer..."||B5C001|
|61354||Non-legal entities are not supported when you import or export data in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||B5C002|
|61624||ALERT - When you re-run flows that use temporary or partitioned data, have an out-of-date state, or are always-run tasks, the run might fail||B5C003|
|61503||ALERT - New instance results that you see are the existing published results, which can be outdated or from the previously published run||B5C004|
|61711||The default maximum number of instances held in memory is zero (0)||B5C004|
|61715||ALERT - Incorrect input staging data is used when you create one or more flows (instances) and there are two or more base dates||B5C004|
|61787||When you try to load task data into a subflow that has a root flow that is overridden in a higher federated area, it fails with "No URL Provided"||B5C004|
|62363||The "Cannot download file. No url was provided" message occurs when you run job flow definitions in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||B5C005|
|62373||An "Error...no such file or directory" message occurs and data is missing when you publish an instance in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||B5C005|
|62433||Data is pulled from the incorrect federated area when there are two or more federated areas that use the same dynamic LIBNAME statement||B5C005|
|62933||A one-time password (OTP) for a job flow instance can incorrectly be used again by a job flow instance for another user||B5C008|
|63022||Middle-tier and server component changes for SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4 (Revision 17w38)||B5C009|
|63472||Only the first change is implemented when you run updates to multiple tasks (nodes) via Live ETL in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||B5C009|
|63540||A SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management node fails with "ERROR...Caught exception in creating one-time password"||B5C009|
|63683||A job flow instance uses incorrect input data||B5C009|
|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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