Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|W71001 was replaced by W71012|
|W71002 was replaced by W71012|
|W71003 was replaced by W71012|
|W71004 was replaced by W71012|
|W71005 was replaced by W71012|
|W71006 was replaced by W71012|
|W71007 was replaced by W71012|
|W71008 was replaced by W71012|
|W71009 was replaced by W71012|
|W71010 was replaced by W71012|
|W71011 was replaced by W71012|
|SAS Flex Application Themes 4.7|
|57178||ALERT - SAS® Flex Application Themes contain a vulnerable Apache Xalan JAR file||W71001|
|58951||SAS® Visual Analytics might not display the correct currency symbol for Hebrew||W71002|
|59078||Flash-based components can be manipulated by an external configuration file||W71002|
|59052||In SAS® Visual Analytics, graphs might not be not sorted when lattice columns or lattice rows are in use||W71003|
|58949||Preventing users from uploading files using SAS® Comment Manager||W71004|
|59597||SAS® Visual Analytics might use the incorrect decimal and group separator for the es_MX locale||W71004|
|59601||SAS® Visual Analytics might display "Error #2032" when DBCS characters are used in the name of the Esri map service||W71004|
|60036||In non-English environments, SAS® Visual Analytics Designer and SAS® Visual Analytics Viewer might be slow when working with reports||W71005|
|59995||The maximum value count does not refresh in SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio when you change Custom Detail labels||W71007|
|61537||In SAS® Visual Analytics Viewer, a treemap might not interact when you click the text on any tile||W71008|
|57044||SAS® Visual Analytics might display "Error #2032" when an Esri map server is configured||W71009|
|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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