Sas Error A Component Of Is Not A Directory
Communities SAS Stored Processes Register · Sign In · Help Your SAS programs, embedded in web apps and elsewhere Join Now CommunityCategoryBoardLibraryUsers A fix for this issue for Enterprise Guide 4.1 is available at:http://www.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/ent_guide41.html#020060 Type:Problem NotePriority:highDate Modified:2008-08-14 16:12:31Date Created:2007-04-26 15:10:25 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support. For example: include './testprg.sas' Concatenating UNIX System Services Files To associate a fileref with a concatenation of UNIX System Services files or directories, enclose the pathnames in parentheses. I guess that might be a part of the problem, but how do I handle that?If it's of any importance, I use Windows 7, 64 bit and SAS 9.2 Message 2
MPRINT(TEST): ods html file="e:\My.xls"; NOTE: Writing HTML Body file: e:\My.xls ERROR: A component of C:\DOCUME~1\sassrv\LOCALS~1\Temp\SAS Temporary Files\_TD3088\Prc70\45c2a8d7-4bb6-46ee-bb01-caef2047cc28\e:\My.xls is not a directory. And if so, then these answers as well: -- How did you create your stored process -- How did you register your stored process -- What is the execution information for This option has no effect on a pipe. For example, if you use the following TSO ALLOCATE command to allocate the DDname INDATA and SAS attempts to open it for output, then SAS issues an "insufficient authorization" error message http://support.sas.com/kb/15/046.html
Message 4 of 13 (2,206 Views) Reply 0 Likes Reeza Grand Advisor Posts: 13,043 Re: Hide "Results Viewer" in 9.3 Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Find a Community Communities Welcome Getting Started Community Memo Community Matters Community Suggestion Box Have Your Say SAS Programming Base SAS Programming I will investigate some more with the information you supplied.
Enclose the command in single quotes. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. WARNING: No body file. semester\Økonometri B\Øvelser\Uge 18\Test\Uge 18\tabel 1 NY2.xls is not a directory.WARNING: No body file.
I cannot remove the c:\temp from the destination because I need to specify the destination path in a variable. HTML OUTPUT WILL NOT BE CREATED. HTML output will not be created Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 07-06-2011 03:40 AM Hi, could someone No other options are recognized, including such options specific to OS/390 as DISP, CLOSE, and DCB.
WARNING: No body file. The error says there's no body file. P specifies that the file has variable-length records and is in print format. Hope helps.
Best regards Eva Message 4 of 7 (210 Views) Reply 0 Likes Cynthia_sas SAS Super FREQ Posts: 8,229 Re: ODS to a .xls file and output to web at same time see it here A stored process program is different from a batch SAS job. COM> Date: 2012-06-20 17:20:31 Message-ID: BLU152-W256C483B2D5BD550ECD7B7DEFE0 () phx ! Please try the request again.
Descriptions of the options follow the table. To view the RateIT tab, click here. Host-Specific Options for UNIX System Services Files and Pipes Option FILENAME FILE INFILE OLD X X MOD X X LRECL= X X X RECFM= X X X OLD replaces the previous For another thing, when you register your stored process in the Metadata you tell the Metadata server what type of result type your stored process will return. (see below) 3) A
For example, in Batch SAS, you could do this: [pre] ** step 1; ods html file='e:\send_to_browser.html' style=sasweb; ...Proc Print code; ods html close; ** step 2; ods html file='e:\open_with_Excel.xls'; .... MOD appends the output lines to the file. I need to format and output to the Web (IE) via SASWep Stored Process and write it to an Excel spreadsheet. Your cache administrator is webmaster.
If your program reads data from different types of files in the same DATA step, you can use the EOF= option in each INFILE statement to direct program control to a If you specify OAPPEND ("add new data to the end of the file"), the FILE statement option OLD does not override this behavior. The fileref can be opened only for input.
The file is treated as a byte stream; that is, line boundaries are not recognized.
ODS to a .xls file and output to web at same time ? To issue other UNIX System Services commands, use the PIPE access method. To view the RateIT tab, click here. dir doesnt exist); > %put ERROR: &msg; > %let isDir=; > %end; > > %end; > > %let rc = %sysfunc (filename(fileref)); > %end; > %else %do; > %let msg =
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Find a Community Communities Welcome Getting Started Community Memo Community Matters Community Suggestion Box Have Your Say SAS Programming Base SAS Programming To circumvent the problem, do one of the following: Add the following statement to the top of your code, before the ODS statement that is currently used: ods _all_ close; Modify Note: this selects the location for the default HTML files created and HTML file created with the ODS HTML statement. LRECL=value specifies the maximum number of characters in a line (unless the file has been opened with RECFM=N).
The Results Viewer window is merely giving you a way inside SAS to navigate to the output files you've created.cynthia Message 7 of 13 (2,206 Views) Reply 0 Likes wcpatton Contributor I need to have sub totals but on the final output I need to keep the sub totals and make the contributing numeric data zero. 2. This is because we prepend the path specified for the folder with the path specified with ODS. NOTE: PROCEDURE PRINT used (Total process time): real time 0.01 seconds cpu time 0.00 seconds Thanks Lee Message was edited by: Lee2010 Message 1 of 7 (419 Views) Everyone's Tags: odsstylestemplate
Thanks Message 7 of 7 (210 Views) Reply 0 Likes « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Post a Question Discussion Stats 6 replies 03-02-2010 08:59 AM 420 views Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Find a Community Communities Welcome Getting Started Community Memo Community Matters Community Suggestion Box Have Your Say SAS Programming Base SAS Programming For example: filename oecmd pipe ('ls *.sas' 'ls *.data'); Piping Data from a UNIX System Services Command to SAS When a pipe is opened for input by the INFILE statement, any Type:Usage NotePriority:mediumTopic:SAS Reference ==> ODS (Output Delivery System)Date Modified:2015-09-23 15:25:33Date Created:2005-04-19 16:43:10 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support.
This is the default. This is done by going to the Results tab (Tools->Options->Preferences->Results ) and selecting HTML. ERROR: NO BODY FILE. gbl [Download message RAW] The question I would have is with this one: /home/Junk/NoExist Is NoExist a file in \ /home/Junk directory or is it a subdirectory of /home/Junk What happens
Allocating UNIX System Services Files You can allocate a UNIX System Services file either externally (using a JCL DD statement or the TSO ALLOCATE command) or internally (using the SAS Providing software solutions since 1976 Sign in Create Profile Welcome [Sign out] Edit Profile My SAS Search support.sas.com KNOWLEDGE BASE Products & Solutions System Requirements Install Center Third-Party Software Reference Documentation semester\Økonometri B\Øvelser\Uge 18\Tabel 1.xls'DBMS=xls replace;Sheet='Variable';run;quit;The file is created in, but when I try to open it a box tells me that "it can't read the file" and therefore there's no table Setting a Default Path for HTML You can set a default path for both the local files that get generated with ODS and well as the HTML files that get generated
HTML OUTPUT WILL NOT BE CREATED. Restrictions in SAS System Support for UNIX System Services It is not possible to run SAS under the UNIX System Services shell. PROC EXPORT creates a true, binary Excel proprietary format file. There's a HUGE difference.
cynthia Message 5 of 7 (210 Views) Reply 0 Likes ztan42885 New Contributor Posts: 3 Re: ODS to a .xls file and output to web at same time ?