Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|D5F001 was replaced by D5F007|
|D5F002 was replaced by D5F007|
|D5F003 was replaced by D5F007|
|D5F004 was replaced by D5F007|
|D5F005 was replaced by D5F007|
|D5F006 was replaced by D5F007|
|SAS Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.5|
|62943||ALERT - An error occurs when you apply Hot Fix B5C004 or later to SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4 and you then upgrade to release 3.5||D5F001|
|63560||Migrating from SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4 to SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.5 fails||D5F001|
|63454||"File...does not exist" occurs when you try to open SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management jobflow tables in SAS® Studio||D5F001|
|63101||The "Not for Distribution or production use" watermark is displayed in GoJS diagrams||D5F001|
|63022||Middle-tier and server component changes for SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.4 (Revision 17w38)||D5F002|
|63219||Uploading the same file in too many instances fails with "ERROR: The submitted line exceeds maximum line length..."||D5F002|
|63234||The upload fails with "ERROR...Failed to acquire lock to import..." when you attempt to upload input data in parallel||D5F002|
|63455||Base dates are not picked up correctly for some users in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.5||D5F003|
|63472||Only the first change is implemented when you run updates to multiple tasks (nodes) via Live ETL in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||D5F003|
|63496||Uploading files in parallel fails with an error similar to "ERROR: A lock is not available..." when you use REST calls||D5F003|
|63540||A SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management node fails with "ERROR...Caught exception in creating one-time password"||D5F003|
|64104||New data is not recognized by all clustered servers when it is loaded via Live ETL||D5F004|
|64236||Instances seem to run indefinitely in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||D5F005|
|64364||You encounter the message "ERROR PoolingDataAccessService:792 - Unexpected duplicated data path" in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||D5F005|
|64689||Pooled files are not cleaned up properly when you delete an instance in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.5||D5F005|
|65133||It is not possible to run any job-flow instances||D5F006|
|65160||Instances that contain inputs from generic libraries fail with "ERROR...Caught exception in preparing the execution of flow instance"||D5F006|
|64788||You can access instances that should not appear to you if you have the "IRM: Change Owner" role||D5F007|
|65221||Live ETL fails to detect impacted job flow instances in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management 3.5||D5F007|
|65405||You are unable to see instances created by other users in SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management||D5F007|
|65592||SAS® Infrastructure for Risk Management fails to execute parallel Current Expected Credit Loss scenario jobs||D5F007|
|65121||The IRM_REST_GET_INSTANCES macro fails with "ERROR: Overflow has occurred..." when a one-time password begins with a number||D5F007|
|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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