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SAS Studio 3.81

Hot Fix Downloads for Linux for x64

* General Information about Hot Fixes

J7H001 was replaced by J7H009

J7H002 was replaced by J7H009

J7H003 was replaced by J7H009

J7H004 was replaced by J7H009

J7H005 was replaced by J7H009

J7H006 was replaced by J7H009

J7H007 was replaced by J7H009

J7H008 was replaced by J7H009

J7H009 for Linux for x64
SAS Studio 3.81
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
66714 An OPTIONS statement generated by submitting batch programs in SAS® Studio might cause syntax errors such as "ERROR 3-12: Invalid option value" J7H001
66912 The Assign Metadata Libraries window in SAS® Studio might not populate J7H001
66921 Saving a program in SAS® Studio can affect the cursor placement when the Code window is refreshed J7H001
67017 The table viewer in SAS® Studio does not limit the number of observations that are retrieved from a Postgres database J7H001
67264 SAS® Studio allows cross-site scripting via a maliciously formed SVG file J7H001
67265 SAS® Studio includes a version of the dojo.js library that has known vulnerabilities J7H001
67275 Log output is sometimes not written to the log window in SAS® Studio 3.8 (Enterprise) or in SAS® Studio 3.81 (Enterprise) J7H001
67823 A new SAS® Studio 3.8 or 3.81 installation or configuration generates a 404 error when you attempt to log in J7H002
67889 SAS® Studio displays Danish characters incorrectly in the history for commits results J7H002
67892 SAS® Studio contains a session hijacking vulnerability J7H002
67899 SAS® Studio 3.8 or 3.81 might become unresponsive after performing actions using the Git interface J7H002
67944 SAS® Studio contains a jQuery library with a known vulnerability, CVE-2019-11358 J7H002
67755 Git conflicts are difficult to fully resolve in the SAS® Studio interface J7H003
68338 SAS/GRAPH® Java applets contain third-party libraries with known vulnerabilities J7H003
68390 A SAS® Studio task shows the NODE tab as the active tab J7H003
68403 You cannot access a remote branch in Git in SAS® Studio when the remote branch was created by a different user J7H003
68432 SAS® Studio (Basic) contains an Apache Groovy library with known vulnerabilities J7H003
65348 SAS® Studio discloses potentially sensitive information through JavaScript variables J7H004
68052 Attempting to open or create a cloned Git repository in SAS® Studio fails with an error J7H004
68623 Clicking Pull or Push for a Git repository with HTTPS authentication generates "ERROR: Return code from GIT is (16). TLS backend . . ." J7H004
69005 An SSH authentication fails and you see "...The specified URL or Public SSH key is invalid for remote repository" J7H004
69091 You cannot specify password-protected SSH keys in the Git user interface (UI) in SAS® Studio J7H004
69092 Using a Hadoop table as the data source for a task generates two DESCRIBE FORMATTED table statements in the workspace server log in SAS® Studio 3.81 J7H004
69093 Two DESCRIBE FORMATTED table statements are written to the log after you drag and drop a Hadoop table on top of an existing table in a query J7H004
69095 A data set name is grayed out on the Output Data tab in SAS® Studio 3.8 and SAS® Studio 3.81 J7H004
69484 SAS® Studio contains an Apache Commons IO library with known vulnerabilities J7H005
69660 A sign out from SAS® Studio 3.8 Enterprise might occur unexpectedly J7H006
69729 SAS® Studio contains a jQuery library with the known vulnerabilities CVE-2020-11022 and CVE-2020-11023 J7H006
69947 You cannot resize the Add Filter window in SAS® Studio and the table contents might not be displayed correctly J7H007
70142 SAS® 9.4M7 (TS1M7) includes end-of-life Log4J version 1 libraries J7H008
70340 The creation of very large log files in SAS® Studio could cause excessive and retained heap usage on SASServer2_1 J7H009
70499 Filtering data using a DATETIME variable does not return all matching results J7H009
NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fixes I9R087 and I9R120 for Base SAS 9.4_M7.
Released: December 11, 2023     Documentation: J7H009la.html D       Download:  
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J7N001 was replaced by J7N002

J7N002 for Linux for x64
SAS Studio 3.81
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
66254 Attempting to clone a Git repository on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) fails with the error "Unable to clone repository < name-of-repository >" J7N001
67302 Git functionality with SAS® and SAS® Studio is now available on SUSE Linux Enterprise Servers J7N001
Released: September 28, 2023     Documentation: J7N002la.html D       Download: J7N002la.tar  
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