Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled Solaris
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|D3W001 was replaced by D3W006|
|D3W002 was replaced by D3W006|
|D3W003 was replaced by D3W006|
|D3W004 was replaced by D3W006|
|D3W005 was replaced by D3W006|
|D3W006 for 64-bit Enabled Solaris|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to the PI System 9.43|
|62665||SAS/ACCESS® Interface to the PI System (TS1M5 and earlier) does not support the PICOMP_SUMMARY table in the LINUX and UNIX operating environments||D3W001|
|63049||"ERROR: The specified timestamp is not valid..." occurs when you read data from a PICOMP table under Linux and UNIX||D3W002|
|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||D3W002|
|64004||You encounter slow performance when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to the PI System under Linux to connect to PI Servers||D3W003|
|64105||Basic authentication is not supported in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to the PI System under Linux||D3W003|
|65167||"ERROR: Value for option DBMAX_TEXT is out of range..." occurs when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to the PI System||D3W004|
|65183||You encounter slow performance when you use the PIAF LIBNAME engine||D3W004|
|65420||The values for the CreationDate and ChangeDate columns are missing in a Pipoint table when you query the Pipoint table with LIBNAME option TZ=GMT||D3W005|
|65462||The virtual table PICONNECTION and the LIBNAME option COLLECTIVE_MEMBER are available to control the PI Data Archive Server collective's behavior||D3W005|
|65940||You might receive the message "ERROR: PI Point not found" when you query a PI tag name that contains a special character such as an ampersand (&)||D3W006|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix B6Q099 for Base SAS 9.4_M5.|
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