Hot Fix Downloads for Windows
General Information about Hot Fixes
|J7S001 was replaced by J7S006|
|J7S002 was replaced by J7S006|
|J7S003 was replaced by J7S006|
|J7S004 was replaced by J7S006|
|J7S005 was replaced by J7S006|
|J7S006 for Windows|
|Data Integration Studio 4.7_M7|
|66540||SAS® Management Console and SAS® Data Integration Studio might return the message "table failed to update" when you use the Update Metadata tool||J7S001|
|67069||The Number of Records field in the Basic Properties pane of SAS® Data Integration Studio might contain an incorrect value||J7S001|
|67157||A SAS® LASR™ Analytic Server Loader transformation incorrectly reports an error condition when physical names of the source and target do not match||J7S001|
|67171||A job that contains a Model Scoring transformation fails with the message "ERROR: Invalid hexadecimal constant string..."||J7S001|
|67172||The Register Tables wizard fails with the message "ERROR: The submitted line exceeds maximum line length - 32768 bytes"||J7S001|
|67173||Errors occur in pass-through code when options for DBMS library definitions in metadata are incorrectly included or omitted from the CONNECT statement||J7S001|
|67188||A "Compare Tables: java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs when deploying a job that contains a Compare transformation using a hash lookup method||J7S001|
|67771||SAS® LASR™ Analytic Server Loader ignores "Use runtime lookup for credentials for statements requiring credentials" in SAS® Data Integration Studio||J7S002|
|68521||The export wizard in SAS® Data Integration Studio does not retain the expected column order in the composite index or composite primary key||J7S002|
|68522||SAS® Data Integration Studio 4.905 displays "Error writing metadata:Repository ABCDEFGH is not registered" when you add a new responsibility||J7S002|
|68540||SAS® Data Integration Studio jobs contain extraneous metadata content that might negatively impact metadata performance||J7S002|
|68545||The command-line batch deployment tool fails to include the Metadata Server and Port information in the job header comments||J7S002|
|68546||"...Multiple lengths were specified for the variable recreate by input data set(s). This may cause truncation..." occurs after you submit a job||J7S002|
|68566||A DeployJobs command with the REDEPLOY option creates a new job with the name of the original job, even though you entered a new Deployed Job Name||J7S002|
|68840||Database connection information for a source table is used when creating a new database table with the Create Table transformation||J7S004|
|68924||SAS® Data Integration Studio jobs contain extraneous metadata content that might negatively impact metadata performance||J7S004|
|69508||CASLIB options that begin with numbers in SAS® Data Integration Studio 4.905 do not work||J7S005|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hotfixes J2L010 and I9E009 to surface the fix documented in SAS Note 68924|
|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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