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SAS Model Manager 12.3

Hot Fix Downloads

* General Information about Hot Fixes

M62001 was replaced by M62003

M62002 was replaced by M62003

SAS Model Manager 12.3_M1 hot fix for SAS Model Manager 12.3
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
51952 Performance tasks fail with the warning message "In a call to the CATS function, the buffer allocated for the result was not long enough ..." M62001
52240 Model Retrain returns "ERROR: 22-322: Syntax error, expecting one of the following: BASE, DATA, NEW, OUT", or "Named item not found in list" M62001
51842 A special character in the Performance Monitoring macro might generate the error "180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order" M62001
51843 High-Performance configuration is grayed out when you configure SAS® Model Manager M62001
51944 The error "...not a valid e-mail address..." is displayed when an e-mail address contains an underscore M62001
53183 Running a Performance Task on a credit scoring model might generate "Error: This range is repeated, or value overlap: 1-1" M62002
52671 Performance reports in the Variable Distribution tab, or in the Characteristic and Stability tab, might be empty M62002
53007 The "Compile database" and "Jazlib database" fields are missing for Netezza Settings when you publish a model with the Scoring function method M62002
53163 Launching SAS® Model Manager using Java Web Start fails with a "Do you want to run this application ...", "Signed JAR resources ..." security warning M62002
53134 Attaching a document within the SAS® Model Manager Workflow Console returns "TypeError: Error #1009" M62002
54716 Duplicate percentile observations are displayed in the Lift Chart for a retrained model M62003
53978 SAS® libraries refreshed within SAS® Model Manager might not show newly added data sets M62003
54081 The post-installation instructions for SAS® Model Manager hot fix J29004 have a typographical error in Step 3.6 M62003
54463 Creating a Model Profile report returns "ERROR: Expected an element name ..." M62003
54546 Date Completed and Date Approved in Project Properties might not match the Date Modified and the date in the log of History tab M62003
54680 Removing Netezza scoring function "ERROR: invalid database name 'SASLIB', does not exist" shows in log, but not in SAS® Model Manager M62003
NOTE: This hot fix can be applied to SAS Model Manager 12.3 and to SAS Model Manger 12.3_M1, but will cause an incorrect maintenance level to display for SAS Model Manager 12.3. This issue is documented in SASNote 50368.
Windows for x64 Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003x6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003s6.html D       Download:  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003r6.html D       Download:  
HP-UX IPF Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003hx.html D       Download:  
Linux for x64 Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003la.html D       Download:  
Solaris for x64 Released: December 15, 2014     Documentation: M62003sx.html D       Download:  
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