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SAS Middle Tier 9.3_M1

Hot Fix Downloads

* General Information about Hot Fixes

G38001 was replaced by G38013

G38003 was replaced by G38013

G38005 was replaced by G38013

G38006 was replaced by G38013

G38007 was replaced by G38013

G38010 was replaced by G38013

G38011 was replaced by G38013

G38012 was replaced by G38013

SAS Middle Tier 9.3_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
44804 Using a SAS® Stored Process dynamic prompt might cause performance problems for the SAS Pooled Workspace Server G38001
45621 A null-pointer exception occurs in the Web application server's log when two stored-process threads run simultaneously as the anonymous user G38001
46408 Access to third party database tables via the META libname engine fails when the userid contains special characters G38003
47208 The SAS® Information Delivery Portal cannot be accessed when you have a configuration that includes both forward and reverse proxies G38005
47209 The error "Unable to tunnel through proxy" occurs when you try to open SAS® Web applications G38005
47011 The SAS/SECURE Java component generates a new public key for each connection instance G38006
46761 Errors occur when you try to run sample reports in the first maintenance release for SAS® Forecast Studio 4.1 G38007
48878 A "java.lang.RuntimeException.." occurs when you launch SAS® Model Manager using Java Web Start G38007
51491 A security report indicates a vulnerability in SAS® Web Infrastructure Platform and SAS Flex Application Themes web applications G38010
49599 The prompt page that is created by the SAS® Stored Process web application does not respond and a Java script error is generated G38011
54190 Establishing connections to object-spawner machine definitions in SAS® Management Console might take several minutes G38012
50368 Applying Hot Fix J29002 causes an incorrect maintenance level to display for SAS® Model Manager 12.1 G38013
52784 SAS® Information Delivery Portal might display "Object not found" when you attempt to open a package from a channel G38013
55058 ALERT - Dynamic prompts for a SAS® Stored Process might fail to load and return "access denied," "data source not found," or other permissions-related errors G38013
56560 SAS® Content Server is vulnerable to an XML external entity exploitation (CVE-2015-1833) G38013
NOTE: If you have SAS® Forecast Studio 4.1, and Web Infrastructure Platform configured on an Oracle server, see SAS Note 49521 for issues you may encounter and steps for resolution.
Windows Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013wn.html D       Download:  
Windows for x64 Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013x6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013s6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013r6.html D       Download:  
HP-UX IPF Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013hx.html D       Download:  
Linux for x64 Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013la.html D       Download:  
Solaris for x64 Released: October 28, 2015     Documentation: G38013sx.html D       Download:  
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