Hot Fix Downloads for Windows
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|F4B001 was replaced by F9A003|
|F9A001 was replaced by F9A003|
|F9A002 was replaced by F9A003|
|F9A003 for Windows|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.43|
|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|
|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.
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