Hot Fix Downloads for HP-UX IPF
General Information about Hot Fixes
|E4Y001 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y002 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y003 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y004 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y006 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y007 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y008 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y009 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y010 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y011 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y012 was replaced by E4Y013|
|E4Y013 for HP-UX IPF|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop 9.46|
|63834||ALERT - SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop ignores blank values when you use a WHERE clause with the SQL procedure and the option DBIDIRECTEXEC||E4Y001|
|63994||You encounter various errors when you use S3 data in combination with other actions||E4Y001|
|64225||Results are returned more slowly than expected when you access Hadoop views with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop||E4Y001|
|63987||You encounter a segmentation violation when connecting to Oracle using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to JDBC||E4Y001|
|64002||The SAS® Embedded Process does not support Hive transactional tables||E4Y001|
|64156||The error "ERROR 22-322: Expecting a name" appears after you use the %INDHD_RUN_MODEL macro syntax in SAS® Scoring Accelerator for Hadoop||E4Y001|
|64744||SAS/ACCESS® Interface to JDBC does not pass down some functions to Google BigQuery||E4Y002|
|65093||SAS® Enterprise Guide® and SAS® Data Integration Studio client users might not see errors from PROC SQOOP when a SQOOP job fails||E4Y004|
|65789||The "Create Date" attribute for tables in Hadoop shows as missing in SAS® Studio and in output from the CONTENTS procedure||E4Y006|
|65422||Inserting a string that contains an embedded apostrophe into BigQuery via JDBC returns the error "…Execute error: … Error executing query job"||E4Y006|
|65569||The JDBC engine tries to drop a view and returns "Table...has not been dropped" when you use a DROP table statement with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to JDBC||E4Y006|
|65574||Decimal values are rounded after they are inserted into a new Databricks table via SAS/ACCESS® Interface to JDBC||E4Y007|
|65914||The error "Driver does not support this optional feature" is generated after you try to insert or append data to a Databricks table||E4Y007|
|66826||Support for Cloudera Data Platform 7.1 added to SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop in SAS® 9.4M6 (TS1M6) and 9.4M7 (TS1M7)||E4Y008|
|67183||Decimal values are incorrectly rounded when written to Hive||E4Y009|
|67980||Reading data from TIBCO using SAS/ACCESS® to JDBC can return a java.sql.SQLException error||E4Y010|
|69413||Creating a table when using SAS/ACCESS® Interface to JDBC with a Trino driver fails with the message, "Error attempting to CREATE a DBMS table..."||E4Y013|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix you must also install hot fixes D9T039 and D9T123 for Base SAS 9.4_M6.|
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel 9.4_M6 installed, you must also install hot fix F8C004.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Interface to Viya Model Publishing and Scoring 8.3 installed, you must also install hot fix F6M001.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Data Loader Mid-Tier 3.1 installed, you must also install hot fix B3I005.
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