Hot Fix Downloads for Solaris for x64
General Information about Hot Fixes
|E1Y001 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y002 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y003 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y004 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y005 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y006 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y007 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y008 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y009 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y010 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y011 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y012 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y013 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y014 was replaced by E1Y015|
|E1Y015 for Solaris for x64|
|Base SAS JAR Files 9.4_M6|
|63282||The INFOMAPS procedure does not recognize DEFAULT_VALUES=_ALL_ as a valid value for a numeric prompt||E1Y001|
|64719||SAS® XML Mapper contains an XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability that also affects the XMLV2 LIBNAME engine||E1Y005|
|65891||The XSL procedure contains an authorization-bypass vulnerability||E1Y006|
|66134||SAS® Management Console contains an XML External Entity (XXE) processing vulnerability||E1Y007|
|66307||ALERT - You see a null pointer exception message in the Schedule Manager when you initially schedule a flow with Platform Suite for SAS®||E1Y008|
|67449||A security vulnerability in IBM Platform Process Manager affects Platform Suite for SAS®||E1Y011|
|68479||The GemfireBasedTicketCache cache locator can fail with the error "ClassCastException" in a clustered SAS® 9.4 middle-tier environment||E1Y013|
|68672||An XML file that is read by using the AUTOMAP= option with the XMLV2 LIBNAME engine cannot be deleted within the SAS® session||E1Y015|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix and have SAS XML Mapper 9.45 installed, you must also install hot fix G1Z002.|
If you install this hot fix and need the fix documented in SAS Note 65891, you must also install hot fix H7X001 for Base SAS 9.4_m6.
PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT ("AGREEMENT") BEFORE DOWNLOADING MATERIALS FROM THIS SITE. BY DOWNLOADING ANY MATERIALS FROM THIS SITE, YOU ARE AGREEING TO THESE TERMS.
You are downloading software code ("Code") which will become part of a product ("Software") you currently have licensed from SAS Institute Inc. or one of its subsidiaries ("the Institute"). this Code is designed to either correct an error in the Software or to add functionality to the Software. The code is governed by the same agreement which governs the Software. If you do not have an existing agreement with the Institute governing the Software, you may not download the Code.
SAS and all other SAS Institute Inc. product or service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. ® indicates USA registration. Other brand and product names are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
Copyright © 2021 SAS Institute Inc. All Rights Reserved.