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This week Apple released its latest operating system called Catalina (10.15). We’ve spent weeks testing against the beta and now the generally available operating system. Overall, the current version of SPSS Statistics and Catalina are compatible which is great news. However, there are a few nuances to be aware of depending on which version of SPSS Statistics you have and if you upgrade to Catalina or install SPSS Statistics on Catalina for the first time. Below is what you can expect if you are or will be running Catalina and a bit of helpful advice.

Be sure to read the section at the end called “Where to get help” if you have technical questions not answered in this post.

Increased data protections

Apple introduced tighter security in Catalina for the following folders:

  • Documents
  • Downloads
  • Desktop
  • Connected external disks

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All versions of SPSS Statistics will be blocked from accessing the above locations. This is true regardless if the application is already installed when you upgrade to Catalina or if you install SPSS Statistics for the first time on Catalina. In SPSS Statistics file dialogs, when attempting to view files from the above locations, you will see a blank area where files normally display. For example:


Work around:
You can move your working files to another folder, watch this video to learn how:

In the coming weeks, we will release a Version 26 Fix Pack and a Subscription update. Both of these updates will make this transition easier by requesting folder access during installing which will take care of the folder permissions for you when you run SPSS Statistics.

Notorized applications are now mandatory

Catalina requires all software downloaded from the internet to be officially notorized by Apple. When you download the installer disk image (.DMG file), the operating system “quarantines” the DMG to be checked for notarization.
If your current mac already has SPSS Statistics installed and then you upgrade to Catalina, your application will continue to work as normal. However, if you install any version of SPSS Statistics for the first time on Catalina, you will run into this issue because SPSS Statistics is not yet notorized by Apple. You may see a warning message such as the following:

Work around:
You can run a command to un-quarantine the SPSS Stats installer which will allow it to run properly, watch this video to learn how:

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We’ve started the notorization process and expect it to be complete shortly. Once complete, we will refresh SPSS Statistics V26, the V26 Fix Pack and the Subscription installers for current customers. For Version 25 or earlier, use the work around mentioned above.

End of support for 32-bit application

Catalina does not support 32-bit applications, only 64-bit applications. There are three utilities that come bundled with your SPSS Statistics software that are 32-bit and will fail on Catalina:

  • License Authorization Wizard (Version 25 or earlier)

Applications LSDECODE and LSCLEAN are third party utilities and will not get in the way of running SPSS Statistics. These utilities are typically only needed by IT admins when performing certain diagnostic tests of computers running SPSS software. However, the License Authorization Wizard (LAW) bundled with SPSS Statistics Version 25 or earlier will be affected because it is still a 32-bit application. Version 26 already comes bundled with a 64-bit LAW.

Note: This issue does not affect SPSS Statistics Subscription customers because this version does not require authorization codes and hence does not come bundled with the LAW.
Work around:
For LSDECODE, run the syntax command “SHOW LICENSE” or run SHOWLIC on the command line for similar output information.
For LSCLEAN, there is no known work around.
For License Authorization Wizard (version 25 or earlier), download an Interim Fix from the IBM Fix Central website. Below are quick links for the IF’s that are currently available, be sure to read the Tech Note to learn how to apply them:

For the third party utilities, it is uncertain if these will be converted to 64-bit applications in the future.

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Where to get help

  • If you are a current IBM customer with software support, login and open a case with our support team here: https://www.ibm.com/mysupport
  • If you do not have software support, get your technical questions answered on this forum which is actively monitored: https://developer.ibm.com/answers/topics/spsslicensing.html
  • If you are a student, contact your university/college administrator or business partner who initially installed your application. You can also post technical questions on this forum: https://developer.ibm.com/answers/topics/spssstudent/

We hope you find this information helpful as you navigate the impact of Apple’s latest mac operating system release.