Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled AIX
General Information about Hot Fixes
|K2R001 was replaced by K2R007|
|K2R002 was replaced by K2R007|
|K2R003 was replaced by K2R007|
|K2R005 was replaced by K2R007|
|K2R006 was replaced by K2R007|
|K2R007 for 64-bit Enabled AIX|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2 9.44|
|67652||A SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 query against an AS/400 database fails with an error about the datetime value||K2R001|
|67819||A segmentation violation might occur when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2 and also run PROC SQL against a DB2 database||K2R002|
|67839||A DB2 VARCHAR data type is incorrectly created in a DB2 table when a column has the TRANSCODE=NO attribute||K2R003|
|68854||The GRAPHIC and VARGRAPHIC data types are truncated when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to DB2||K2R005|
|69369||Reading a DB2 Boolean column returns "ERROR: CLI cursor extended fetch error: [IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0102E Invalid conversion. SQLSTATE=07006"||K2R006|
|69580||The BL_EXCEPTION option is ignored when you bulk load to DB2 with the options BL_LOAD_REPLACE=YES and BL_EXCEPTION= set||K2R007|
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