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SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.43

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F4B001 was replaced by F9A004

F4B002 was replaced by F4B006

F4B004 was replaced by F4B006

F4B006
SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.43
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
64163 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 produces the error "…DEFINITION OF ROWSET ACCESS FOR CURSOR …INCONSISTENT WITH THE FETCH ORIENTATION CLAUSE SPECIFIED" F4B002
65384 Reading in a DB2 table that contains a column defined as a ROWID might result in an 0C4 abend F4B004
67724 A DB2 error might occur when queries that are passed to the DB2 database contain single quotation marks that are not escaped F4B006
z/OS Released: April 19, 2021     Documentation: F4B006os.html       Download: F4B006os.zip  
z/OS 64-bit Released: April 19, 2021     Documentation: F4B006z6.html       Download: F4B006z6.zip  
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F9A001 was replaced by F9A004

F9A002 was replaced by F9A004

F9A003 was replaced by F9A004

F9A004
SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.43
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
64593 A new data set option, BL_RECOVERABLE, is available for SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 on Linux, UNIX, and Windows hosts F9A001
64267 ALERT - A segmentation violation or Read access violation occurs when you include DEFER=YES in the LIBNAME statement and use SAS® 9.4M6 (TS1M6) F9A001
64478 Multiple DB2 warning messages about truncation cause an error to occur and the job stops in your SAS® software F9A001
66888 SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Microsoft SQL now supports the PRESERVE_GUID LIBNAME option F9A002
67839 A DB2 VARCHAR data type is incorrectly created in a DB2 table when a column has the TRANSCODE=NO attribute F9A003
69369 Reading a DB2 Boolean column returns "ERROR: CLI cursor extended fetch error: [IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0102E Invalid conversion. SQLSTATE=07006" F9A004
NOTE: If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to ODBC 9.4_M6 installed, you must also install hot fix F4C006.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to Microsoft SQL Server 9.44 installed, you must also install hot fix G4F004.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 9.4_M6 installed, you must also install hot fix E8F006.
Windows Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004wn.html       Download: F9A004wn.zip  
Windows for x64 Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004x6.html       Download: F9A004x6.zip  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004s6.html       Download: F9A004s6.zip  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004r6.html       Download: F9A004r6.zip  
HP-UX IPF Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004hx.html       Download: F9A004hx.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004la.html       Download: F9A004la.zip  
Solaris for x64 Released: October 10, 2022     Documentation: F9A004sx.html       Download: F9A004sx.zip  
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