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SAS Middle Tier 9.4_M1

Hot Fix Downloads for Linux for x64

* General Information about Hot Fixes

M92001 was replaced by M92014

M92002 was replaced by M92014

M92003 was replaced by M92014

M92004 was replaced by M92014

M92005 was replaced by M92014

M92006 was replaced by M92014

M92007 was replaced by M92014

M92008 was replaced by M92014

M92009 was replaced by M92014

M92010 was replaced by M92014

M92011 was replaced by M92014

M92012 was replaced by M92014

M92013 was replaced by M92014

M92014 for Linux for x64
SAS Middle Tier 9.4_M1
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
54187 Invocation of the SAS® Web Infrastructure Data Server might fail with an error during migration in the SAS® Deployment Wizard M92001
54189 Representational State Transfer (REST) service URLs are incorrect after you run an update in place M92001
57351 An "Unmatched braces" error occurs when you are importing a SAS package using the Traditional Chinese SAS® Management Console M92001
60436 A link-injection vulnerability exists in the SAS® Stored Process web application M92001
57590 The autocomplete browser function is not disabled in the SAS® 9.4 Logon Manager logon form M92001
60437 A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the Preferences web application for SAS® 9.3 TS1M0 and later M92001
60719 Out-of-disk-space issues occur when temporary files are not removed from the \\WebAppServer\\SASServer_#\\temp directory M92001
60265 Arbitrary redirection from SAS® 9.4 Logon Manager results in a phishing vulnerability M92001
55176 An error occurs when you run the SAS® Deployment and Backup tool and you use IBM WebSEAL for web authentication M92001
53981 An SQL exception occurs when you create documents with attachments in SAS® Marketing Optimization M92003
54186 A phishing vulnerability is possible through arbitrary redirection from the SAS® logoff page M92003
54190 Establishing connections to object-spawner machine definitions in SAS® Management Console might take several minutes M92003
53551 The SAS® 9.4 Deployment Backup and Recovery tool fails with the error "The processing instruction target matching '[xX] [mM] [lL]' is not allowed" M92003
42868 User-defined formats that replace missing numeric values with character values are ignored in SAS® Information Map Studio M92004
55058 ALERT - Dynamic prompts for a SAS® Stored Process might fail to load and return "access denied," "data source not found," or other permissions-related errors M92005
55537 ALERT - A reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability has been identified in SAS® Logon Manager M92005
55539 The SAS® 9.4 Web Administration interface contains a cross-site scripting vulnerability. M92005
56451 The error "The Application is not authorized to use SAS Logon Manager" occurs when you try to log on to SAS® Environment Manager M92005
56560 SAS® Content Server is vulnerable to an XML external entity exploitation (CVE-2015-1833) M92005
57799 The WebDAV repository connection attempt fails with HTTP connection-manager errors M92007
58068 A calculated item that includes the INTNX function fails validation in SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio M92007
48339 "Error: java.lang.RuntimeException...ORA-01795" message when logging on to SAS® Enterprise Case Management M92008
58143 SAS® Drug Development 4 - Users in more than 1,000 groups or subgroups might see errors when attempting to log on, administer users, or use a workflow M92008
58773 Queries in SAS® Workflow Services fail for users that belong to more than 1,000 groups M92008
58774 SAS® Web Infrastructure Platform Unable to log on as a user with membership in over a 1,000 groups M92008
58776 A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the SAS® web applications M92008
52971 Results are incorrect when you use the operator EXACTLY MATCHES in the custom details of SAS® Marketing Automation M92009
55325 Executing more than one communication in SAS® Customer Intelligence might fail with a java.util.ConcurrentModificationException M92009
54914 An error occurs if you execute the Relationship Loader batch tool when the SAS® Web Server is set to use SSL M92010
58970 You cannot disable the "Required" flag in the Custom Details Groups in SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio M92010
61010 Incorrect values are stored for the common data model when it is used in a SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio campaign M92010
54238 The SAS® 9.4 Web Administration Console displays old user sessions M92011
54804 A null-pointer exception occurs in the SAS® 9.4 Web Administration Console (TS1M1) when you load user sessions M92011
56550 SAS® Studio Mid-Tier enterprise edition times out after 12 hours even if a longer time-out interval has been set M92011
62425 A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the SAS® BI Dashboard Adobe Flash component M92012
61880 The SAS® 9.4 Logon Manager time-out page is vulnerable to injection of HTML code M92014
63338 Applications that use the comments service contain a security vulnerability with the use of comments M92014
63459 SAS® 9.4 Logon Manager contains a version of JQuery that has reached end-of-life status M92014
Released: February 08, 2019     Documentation: M92014la.html D       Download:  
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