Hot Fix Downloads
General Information about Hot Fixes
|H33001 was replaced by H33002
|SAS IT Resource Management 3.3
|ALERT - Supplemental instructions for SAS® IT Resource Management 3.3
|ALERT - Deployment for all reporting jobs fails when you use the SAS® Migration Utility to migrate from SAS® IT Resource Management 3.2 to release 3.3
|Considerations for SAS® IT Resource Management sites that are upgrading to a new version of MXG
|The error "Libname ADMIN is not assigned" occurs when you use the %RMPDB2DM macro
|System Management Facility workload reports with a query filter might result in no output at some customer sites
|Incomplete VMware host and guest machine names result when you use special characters or a hyphen in the machine names in SAS® IT Resource Management
|Errors occur when SAS® IT Resource Management uses reference data from IBM Large System Performance Reference (LSPR) tables for calculations
|Non-duplicate interval data might be discarded when duplicate-date checking is enabled with the DUPMODE=DISCARD option in SAS® IT Resource Management
|Missing values might be created in the XASMCEL table for the variable MIPSFACT and all computed columns that are based on MIPSFACT
|A message about attempting to load unallowed versions of JAR files might appear when you start the SAS® IT Resource Management 3.3 client
|Users who have accounts in the SAS® IT Resource Management Administrator group cannot delete Gallery Folder objects
|"Invalid file" and "authorization" errors occur when you use the %RMDMPKG and %RMDMUPKG macros
|An error occurs when you attempt to stage data in the XJOBS table in SAS® IT Resource Management 3.3
|D indicates that the Documentation has special pre-installation, post-installation or other unique instructions not commonly used for hot fix deployment.
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