Tag: Problem Solvers
Have you ever submitted a stored process, and instead of the expected output, you saw errors or no output at all? Depending on how you submit the stored process, various logs are available to assist you with debugging. This article provides guidance for understanding which situations call for which logs, where to find each log, and what you should look for in each log.
What happens if you need to edit graph output files from SAS in a different application (for example, Microsoft Word)? It is not recommended that you edit your SAS graph output outside of SAS, but, if you must do so, you need to create your graphics output as EMF (Enhanced Metafile Format) graph output.
Kevin Russell of SAS Technical Support reveals the effects of data size and language elements in your code when you execute the DATA step in CAS.
Set it and forget it. That’s how SAS Viya Jobs and Flows should work, right? Well, just like most other things in life, it’s not that simple. What if you have multiple Jobs set to run in a Flow and one fails? Do you exit the process or continue with
This blog demonstrates how to create a report that provides only the column headings for data that is missing. The blog also explains how to create, select, and exclude output objects as well as how to generate reports with the SAS® Output Delivery System (ODS). These concepts are relevant to the task of generating a report with the column headings for a data set that contains no (0) observations.
Date and time values are handled differently when programming in DS2. It can process databases and has access to ANSI data types, which have greater precision.
Amber Elam of SAS Technical Support reveals common challenges and solutions when you convert external files into SAS data sets.