Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled Solaris
General Information about Hot Fixes
|B7Q001 was replaced by B7Q004|
|B7Q002 was replaced by B7Q004|
|B7Q003 was replaced by B7Q004|
|B7Q004 for 64-bit Enabled Solaris|
|SAS Web Server 9.44|
|61480||SAS® Web Server uses an end-of-life version of the Apache 2.2 Server||B7Q001|
|61907||SAS® Web Server and SAS® Web Application Server do not start after you apply hot fixes to upgrade their versions||B7Q002|
|61795||Certain SAS® web applications might stop responding during invocation in SAS® 9.4 TS1M5 deployments when FIPS encryption is enabled||B7Q003|
|62190||OpenSSL vulnerabilities exist in the SAS® 9.4 Web Server (OpenSSL advisories through 27th March 2018)||B7Q003|
|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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