Sas Error Unnamed Pipe Access Device
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 07-16-2012 07:32 AM /** Not Working with macro variable **/ *************************************************************************************************** %let See: (infle statement language reference) http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/lestmt sref/63323/HTML/default/viewer.htm#n1rill4udj0tfun1fvc e3j401plo.htm The approach to define a list of name by a shell command and then reading the files is the same logic but involves NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time 0.03 seconds cpu time 0.03 seconds Message 1 of 4 (280 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 07-16-2012 07:32 Thanks a lot for your help Message 4 of 4 (56 Views) Reply 0 Likes « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Post a Question Discussion Stats 3 replies weblink
It's easily converted to a data step. reclen ; 1705 run ; NOTE: The infile DIRLIST is: Unnamed Pipe Access Device, PROCESS=dir "&path1." /B,RECFM=V,LRECL=256 Stderr output: File Not Found NOTE: 0 records were read from the See: (infile statement windows) http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/hostwi n/63047/HTML/default/viewer.htm#chfnoptfmain.htm The filename option on the infile statement will define a variable containing the name of the file being read. It seems most appropriate Message 1 of 9 (838 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 10-25-2011 07:05 AM Peter_C Super Contributor Posts: 2,010 windows 7 pipe problem Options Mark as
In the sas.exe - Shortcut Properties dialog box, click the Shortcut tab and enter this command in the Target field: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c "C:\Progra~1\SAS\SASFoundation\9.2\sas.exe -CONFIG C:\Progra~1\SAS\SASFoundation\9.2\nls\en\SASV9.CFG" Click OK. (Notice the change in Please try the request again. since you're not spawning an external process to execute the pipe.HTH,Scott View solution in original post Message 3 of 4 (109 Views) Reply 0 Likes All Replies LinusH Respected Advisor Posts:
reclen ; 1705 run ; NOTE: The infile DIRLIST is: Unnamed Pipe Access Device, PROCESS=dir "&path1." /B,RECFM=V,LRECL=256 Stderr output: File Not Found NOTE: 0 records were read from the Prov_First_Name $10. 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 reclen ; run ; ================================================================================================ /** Result **/ 1695 %let path1 = C:\work\test\final output; 1696 1697 filename DIRLIST pipe 'dir "&path1." /B'; 1698 data dirlist ; 1699 1700 length buffer $256
Further > > > experimentation shows that the problem is the spaces in the path to > > > fciv.exe - if I move the executable to a location where there Is it possible to get it to work with the space in the file name?Thanks in advance. Medicaid_Id $10. Mem_Last_Name $90.
Here is what thelog says:NOTE:The infile H is: Unnamed Pipe Access Device, PROCESS=hostname,RECFM=V,LRECL=256myhostnameNOTE: 1record was read from the infile H. Anyone have any idea how to make this > > > work? > > > > > If you're interested, the utility is freely downloadabe athttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/841290 > > > > > The directory letter in my macro variable (P) is not the directory the error message (C hard-drive) references. SAS 9.2: Macro variable with quotes is not working.
An error occurs when you use the PIPE engine.Type:Problem NotePriority:mediumDate Modified:2011-02-02 13:24:23Date Created:2010-12-15 11:23:14 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support. reclen; run; When I run this code everything works as expected. NOTE: The data set WORK.DIRLIST has 0 observations and 1 variables. I expect you will see some name that is consistently correct.Just load the one you want with %let current_com = %sysget(correct_environment_variable_name) ; Message 6 of 9 (349 Views) Reply 0 Likes
Something's different > about the pipe, and I don't know what it is. > [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in thread] [next in thread] Configure | About | have a peek at these guys NOTE: 0 records were read from the infile DIR. NOTE: The data set WORK.DIRLIST has 0 observations and 1 variables. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 07-16-2012 05:29 AM I have the below code wherein it will work
That is the PIPE telling to change the function there/* followed by:DATA work._null_; infile pipedir ; input ; put _infile_ ;run;/* should run the program (X processing allowed is required) listing CODE - %let my_dir = P:\PCP\Data\from_JMG; filename indata pipe "dir ""%unquote(&my_dir.*.txt)"" /b"; data JMG; lenght fil2read $256; infile indata ; input f2r $60.; fil2read='&my_dir'||f2r; infile __test filevar=fil2read truncover end=done; do while NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time 0.03 seconds cpu time 0.03 seconds Double up on the double quotes:%let path1 = C:\work\test\final output;filename DIRLIST pipe "dir ""&path1"" check over here I apologise if this isn't the correct forum section.
NOTE: The data set WORK.DIRLIST has 0 observations and 1 variables. PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in thread] [next in thread] List: sas-l Subject: Re: Unnamed pipe - help needed From: "data _null_,"
If I start sas by double clicking on a sas icon pinned to the startmenu or taskbar the following code works: filename DIR pipe "dir /B"; data dirlist ; length file Does anyone have any ideas? All rights reserved. However, the following DID work:%let dircmd=c:\art\input lib\*.*;filename DIRLIST pipe "dir %bquote("&dircmd.")"; data dirlist ; length buffer $256 ; infile dirlist length=reclen ; input buffer $varying256.
The error message is similar to the one in my original post:NOTE:The infile ENVS is: Unnamed Pipe Access Device, PROCESS=set,RECFM=V,LRECL=10000Stderr output:The handle is invalid.The handle is invalid.(More handle invalid lines)The handle Prov_NPI best32. All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. this content jaap karman replied Jul 7, 2013 When reading a complete list of files with wildcards it is easier to put the wildcards into the filename.
I can run a directory list using the filename statement, so the pipe is working correctly. Mem_DOB mmddyy10. Message 1 of 3 (1,694 Views) Reply 0 Likes WesBarris Contributor Posts: 44 Re: Error when trying to read filenames Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Data never sleeps Message 2 of 4 (56 Views) Reply 0 Likes Solution 07-16-2012 07:32 AM ScottBass Super Contributor Posts: 311 Re: SAS 9.2: Macro variable with quotes is not working.