Although SAS Technical Support does not anticipate any problems with newer versions of MXG working with current releases of SAS IT Resource Management (formerly, SAS® IT Service Vision), you should review the following checklist before you upgrade MXG.
Subsequent versions of MXG often include new variables that are not defined in the SAS IT Resource Management dictionary table definitions. As a result, new variables in the upgraded version of MXG are not available immediately in SAS IT Resource Management tables. SAS periodically provides updates to dictionary table definitions in new releases or hot fixes.
For supplied MXG adapters in SAS IT Resource Management 3.4 and later, staged tables share the same names and columns (variables) to the MXG data set names and columns on which they are based. This enables you to synchronize your SAS IT Resource Management staged tables with more recent MXG columns, before the release of SAS IT Resource Management data model updates. The synchronization of the staged tables is discussed in the section “How to Add Columns to Existing MXG Staged Tables” of the SAS® IT Resource Management 3.5: Administrator's Guide.
Note: In SAS IT Resource Management 3, the variable SHIFT is not propagated from MXG. It is populated from a formula that is supplied with SAS IT Resource Management.
SAS IT Resource SAS MXG Hot Fix Management Release Version Level Release --------------- ------- ------- -------- 2.6 8.2 20.06 23.05 82IS06 24.02 82IS08 25.08 82IS09 26.07 82IS10 2.7 9.1.3 23.05 24.02 27IS03 25.08 27IS04 26.07 27IS05 27.09 27IS06 28.07 27IS07 30.30 27IS08 3.1 9.1.3 24.02 3.1.1 9.1.3 24.02 25.08 311IS03 26.07 311IS04 29.04 311IS05 3.2 9.2 27.09 28.07 D49002 3.21 9.3 29.04 3.3 9.3 29.07 H33001 3.3 9.3 30.30 H33002 3.4 9.4 30.30 3.5 9.4 32.04
For more information about how to set these locations, see SAS Note 33038.
ERROR: BY variables are not properly sorted on data set WORK.DB2STAT4 ERROR: BY variables are not properly sorted on data set WORK.DB2ST225
For more information about how to circumvent and fix these errors, see SAS Notes 41019 and 45583, respectively. To implement the circumventions described in these two SAS notes, you need to create the macro variable EPDBOUT, as follows:
%LET EPDBOUT=_SDB2ST4 _SDB2225;
Click the Hot Fix tab in this note to access the latest hot fix for SAS IT Resource Management releases 3.3, 3.2, 3.1.1, 2.7, and 2.6.
Operating System and Release Information
|Product Family||Product||System||Product Release||SAS Release|
|SAS System||SAS IT Resource Management-Server||z/OS||2.3||8 TS M0|
A fix for this issue for SAS IT Resource Management 3.3 is available at:http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/HF2/H33.html#8131
A cumulative hot fix for SAS IT Resource Management 3.2 is available at:http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/HF2/D49.html#8131
A cumulative hot fix for SAS IT Resource Management 2.7 is available at:http://www.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/itrm27.html#008131
A cumulative hot fix for SAS IT Resource Management 2.6 is available at:http://www.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/itrm26.html#008131
A cumulative hot fix for SAS IT Resource Management 3.1.1 is available at:http://www.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/itrm311.html#008131
|Topic:||System Administration ==> Servers|
|Date Modified:||2011-01-24 15:28:16|
|Date Created:||2002-07-29 16:21:04|