Sas Error Connect Class Not Registered 9.3
I researched a bit and the information was for older versions of SAS. When you say "update your MS Access ..... " so do you mean I need to save the SAS dataset in ODBC dataset and then exporting the dataset into Access using The only step that you should need to do is install it.This SAS Note contains some instructions:43802 - Installing SAS® 9.3 PC Files Server and using it to convert 32-bit Microsoft It appears that the default limit is 255 or so. weblink
The good news is that in SAS 9.3, the SAS developers "taught" SAS for Windows to bypass the CEDA layer when the only encoding difference is WINDOWS_32 versus WINDOWS_64. Make sense? Simply ask the technician to install 64-bit Microsoft office, No worries, they are the same cost! Very informative.
Hope your experience here helps others. I still got an error after that...which isERROR: CLI error trying to establish connection: [Microsoft][ODBC Excel Driver] General error Unable to open registry key Temporary (volatile) Ace DSN for process 0x490 Thanks.
When I had 32 bit SAS 9.3 installed, I was able to use a libname statement where the Excel file was the library and the "filename" that follows after the period OS Windows 7 Version 6.1.65536.7601 Service pack Service Pack 1 Windows system directory C:\Windows\system32 Running on a 64 bit version operating system True Running as a 64 bit process False Reply Then you can spot check the time/datetime values in your actual export file. I was using proc import for access datatables on my 32 bit mascine at work.
Not the answer you're looking for? Jon Cass Posted September 30, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Permalink I don't understand the fix for the "incompatible formats catalog" section. Raithel Posted September 5, 2014 at 1:47 pm | Permalink Chris, Oh hey; thank you for the program; it will definitely help! Best, Liang Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted December 15, 2015 at 2:15 pm | Permalink I know that the Microsoft driver can have trouble with certain datetime values.
But this is not available in the 64-bit version, due to the architecture differences." So do you mean I wouldn't be able to export data as MDB as I am using The Cause: Your 64-bit SAS process cannot use the built-in data providers for Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access, which are usually 32-bit modules. NOTE: PROCEDURE IMPORT used (Total process time): real time 0.11 seconds cpu time 0.04 seconds This isn't limited to importing Excel files. Data never sleeps Message 3 of 10 (2,457 Views) Reply 0 Likes KurtBremser Super User Posts: 3,793 Re: Error in SAS import..connection failed & error in libname statement Options Mark as
Message 4 of 6 (6,714 Views) Reply 0 Likes ChrisHemedinger Community Manager Posts: 2,256 Re: Error: Connect: Class not registered Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight https://communities.sas.com/t5/SAS-Data-Management/Error-in-SAS-import-connection-failed-error-in-libname-statement/td-p/212042 Thanks Reply Neha Posted August 23, 2016 at 7:57 pm | Permalink Oh I am sorry. I've successfully transferred all other catalogs using CPORT\CIMPORT. See SAS Log for details." Any solutions?
The Fix: SAS provides the utility procedures CPORT and CIMPORT to allow you to transfer catalog content across different operating environments, and you can certainly take that approach for this scenario. Speaking of formating excel via SAS DDE, you may have to change your code(Office14) for Microsoft Office 2010:       options noxwait noxsync;       x '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft And if you have SAS 9.3, you probably won't see this message at all...at least not when the data originates from 32-bit SAS for Windows. See SAS Log for details.
Also review this SAS Note 43802. ERROR: Connect: Class not registered ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement. Neha Posted August 24, 2016 at 8:42 pm | Permalink And Also, I am using SAS on Remote Windows System. check over here Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted December 20, 2013 at 1:12 pm | Permalink I have a survey of several methods for exporting on this blog post.
However, I noticed the ACCESS Connectivity Engine is missing. Finally let's go the easiest solution: as you may know, SAS 9.1.3 is a 32-bit release, SAS 9.2 and 9.3 are 64-bit release. Make it a deliberate business decision to consider.
So, what can they use to tell the difference between the 32 and 64-bit catalogs?
Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted March 31, 2014 at 7:23 am | Permalink Tony, I recommend you work with SAS Tech Support on this one. However, you will need to check the system requirements to ensure that your target Windows system can be used to install your version of SAS. Reply Pablo Posted December 9, 2013 at 1:51 pm | Permalink Sr. The process uses the ACE drivers that come with the operating system; the SAS installation process will ensure they are present as a prerequisite.
It didnt work on my 64 bit laptop so I started using DBMS=ACCESSCS REPLACE which fixed the problem for some databases. Sorry about that, that was a copy/paste error in my first example. With Excel files, one user accessing the library can have the effect of locking out others -- since an Excel file requires exclusive access to read the contents into SAS. this content Please anybody help me.
share|improve this answer answered Feb 25 '14 at 17:39 Joe 43.8k52442 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote With SAS 9.4 or later 9.3 updates, you have another option: dbms=XLSX On 64-bit SAS, it's WINDOWS_64. Any thoughts? But not sure about exporitng to MS Access db.I would appreciate your help..Thanks Message 1 of 6 (14,546 Views) Reply 0 Likes ChrisHemedinger Community Manager Posts: 2,256 Re: Error: Connect: Class
Reply Ray Shell Posted August 22, 2014 at 12:58 pm | Permalink There are staff in my office that use the EG Import Data Task multiple times as part of a One is to use PC Files Server and DBMS=EXCELCS, which will use a 32-bit process to read in your Excel file. That brings us to the last "gotcha". Follow @cjdinger Tags .net 64-bit automation computer science education Computer Science Education Week csedweek excel facebook formats gptw great places to work macro programming ods ODS Graphics PowerShell SAS 9.2 sas
Thanks. Note that you may need to go back and install this application, as it might not have been placed in your installation automatically. Is there any other way to salvage all of the choices made in those tasks (i.e specifying particular variables to be character rather than numeric)? ODBC works for Excel too, but I consider that a workaround and not a best practice.
Please let me know you suggestions.Thanks. Even if the files are similar I need to be able to run the export with no errors. Message 7 of 10 (447 Views) Reply 0 Likes NL New Contributor Posts: 3 Re: SAS 9.3 import excel file Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight So, is this still possible?
You can still use it with the PC Files Server, as described in this note. Any ideas? It is really weird. Except for the "CS" I am using the same code that worked on my 32 mascine.
Kat Posted December 20, 2013 at 11:52 am | Permalink Thank you for all this good advice! Reply Martin Posted July 7, 2014 at 4:01 pm | Permalink Hi Chris, Thanks for the info. Thanks, Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted November 10, 2015 at 10:30 am | Permalink Michelle, maybe this technique using Windows PowerShell would work for you?