Hot Fix Downloads for Windows
General Information about Hot Fixes
|J9M001 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M002 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M003 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M004 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M005 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M006 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M007 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M008 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M009 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M010 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M011 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M012 was replaced by J9M013|
|J9M013 for Windows|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 9.4_M7|
|67398||The message "ERROR: Invalid physical name for library…" is displayed when you access a library with the XLSX engine||J9M001|
|67719||The EXPORT procedure with the DBMS=XLSX argument creates a Microsoft Excel file with incorrect date attributes in its internal metadata||J9M002|
|67934||PROC IMPORT with the DBMS=XLS option creates wrong output data when an Excel file has hidden sheets||J9M003|
|67320||A corrupted Microsoft Excel file might be created with DBMS=XLSX when the worksheet name contains 8-bit characters||J9M004|
|68093||Errors occur when you use the XLSX LIBNAME engine to read a file with the .xlsm file extension||J9M005|
|68383||An error in PROC EXPORT might not appear in the SAS® Enterprise Guide® Log window||J9M006|
|68476||The message "We found a problem with some content in filename.xlsx" might appear when you open a SAS generated XLSX file in Microsoft Excel||J9M007|
|68535||An XLSX file that is created by using PROC EXPORT does not open in Microsoft Power BI||J9M007|
|68654||Using a FILENAME fileref in PROC EXPORT with DBMS=XLSX overwrites the existing sheet||J9M008|
|69799||Using the XLS engine with PROC IMPORT transcodes 8-bit characters to UTF-8 regardless of the SAS® Session encoding in SAS® 9.4M7||J9M010|
|70238||Using the IMPORT procedure with a comma-delimited .dbf file in SAS® 9.4M7 (TS1M7) and SAS® 9.4M8 (TS1M8) can result in a Segmentation Violation||J9M011|
|70349||An import of an XLS file fails with "Requested Sheet Name not found on Excel" when the worksheet contains NLS characters||J9M012|
|70404||PROC SCAPROC inserts an additional forward slash (/) in path names in JOBSPLIT information when executed on UNIX systems||J9M013|
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