A new update is available for SAS Business Rules Manager , version 3.2 :
|SAS Note 60392|
Creating rules gives an \"Invalid argument to function ...\" error when code includes certain DS2 functions
|SAS Note 60667|
Rules with multiple condition-terms in SAS® Business Rules Manager are rejected when imported
|SAS Note 60983|
SAS® Business Rules Manager stops or slows response when moving rule sets with a very large number of rules
|SAS Note 60985|
Loading rule sets in SAS® Business Rules Manager takes excessive time
|SAS Note 60988|
Expanding the Table category in SAS® Decision Manager takes a long time when registered tables contain a large number of columns
|SAS Note 61017|
When editing rules in SAS® Business Rules Manager, performance is slow
|SAS Note 61131|
Importing a vocabulary using the %brm_import_vocabulary macro gives \"ERROR: The CSV file contains invalid data ... The data could not be imported\"
|SAS Note 61326|
The SASBusinessRulesManagerWeb web-application-server context might fail to start when upgrading from SAS® Business Rules Manager 3.1 to 3.2
|SAS Note 61444|
The %brm_export_rule_flow and %brm_import_rule_flow SAS® Business Rules Manager macros truncate by_term variable names to 32 characters
|SAS Note 61445|
The SAS® Business Rules Manager %BRM_IMPORT_VOCABULARY macro generates a \"Write access to member ...\" error
|This list of notes might be incomplete. For a complete list of issues addressed by this hot fix, visit the hot fix page for A9Y003|
Note: A comprehensive list of all SAS hot fixes is available from support.sas.com. You can use the SAS Hot Fix Analysis, Download, and Deployment (SASHFADD) tool to manage your SAS hot fixes.
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