A new update is available for SAS Marketing Automation , version 6.6 :
|SAS Note 68205|
Node counts are not shown for Chinese and Korean locales in SAS® Marketing Automation
|SAS Note 68329|
Input for a treatment set disappears after you set it in SAS® Real-Time Decision Manager
|SAS Note 68330|
Values for arbitration input variables change when you save and then reuse them in the same decision campaign in SAS® Real-Time Decision Manager
|SAS Note 68331|
An error occurs when you copy and paste Filter nodes in a diagram in SAS® Real-Time Decision Manager
|SAS Note 68332|
An information message is displayed when you open a campaign in a Priority node and you create a PDF file before you save the campaign
|SAS Note 68333|
Creating a data-process definition via the \"Save as\" functionality overwrites the original definition in SAS® Real-Time Decision Manager
|SAS Note 68388|
Input variable values for treatment scoring do not persist correctly when you use a self-learner process in SAS® Real-Time Decision Manager
|SAS Note 68547|
The arrow unexpectedly moves inside grouped nodes in SAS® Customer Intelligence Studio
|This list of notes might be incomplete. For a complete list of issues addressed by this hot fix, visit the hot fix page for H8P016|
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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