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SAS Studio 3.81

Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled Solaris

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

J7H001 for 64-bit Enabled Solaris
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
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
Released: January 25, 2021     Documentation: J7H001s6.html D       Download: J7H001pt.zip  
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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