Reply Lyn Posted July 19, 2016 at 5:37 am | Permalink Thank you so much for this post- it fixed my problem immediately! It worked. The blog seems to focus on Excel but I am trying to export directly to an Access table: PROC EXPORT DATA=sasview OUTTABLE="tblSasview" DBMS=ACCESS2003 REPLACE; DATABASE="M:\LS\LSDatabase\SASView\SASView.mdb"; RUN; Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted July You can then easily recreate the formats "on the fly" by using PROC FORMAT and the CNTLIN option. Check This Out
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. What is the meaning of the 90/10 rule of program optimization? I don't know what the portability of WSAVE entries are with the different bit architecture. SAS Blogs Home > The SAS Dummy > The top gotchas when moving to 64-bit SAS for Windows « The makeup of SAS Global Forum Using Windows PowerShell to view your http://blogs.sas.com/content/sasdummy/2012/05/01/64-bit-gotchas/
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Parting bits I'll finish this post with just a few general points to guide you: 64-bit Windows is pervasive, and is a Good Thing. Specify "PCFILES" as the engine, add the Excel file as a new Path, and then specify the SERVER/PORT values in the Options field (and any other options you would normally put Reply HA Posted October 9, 2014 at 9:48 am | Permalink Thank you Chris. -H Reply Jim Walker Posted October 22, 2014 at 1:22 pm | Permalink Hey Chris I ran Sas Libname Pcfiles To check whether you have 32-bit or 64-bit Excel on Office 2010: 1.Start an Office product, such as Excel.
Thanks Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted March 21, 2013 at 8:49 am | Permalink Check the LIBNAME PCFILES syntax. Sas 9.4 Pc Files Server With SAS Enterprise Guide, you can use File->Import Data regardless of "bitness" -- it just works. Reply Phil Plummer Posted October 13, 2015 at 6:02 pm | Permalink Hi Chris, So if you have 64-bit SAS with 64-bit Excel, will the code you talk about above (pasted internet Reply Ronei Frota Posted August 13, 2013 at 10:08 am | Permalink Hi!
Thanks. Error: Statement Or Option "getnames" Not Valid For Excelcs Import. All things are known because we want to believe in them. If you have SAS 9.3M1 or later you can use DBMS=XLSX and skip the PC File Server. filename test "c:\projectpath\formats.sas7bcat"; data enc (keep=encoding); length encoding $ 20; infile test truncover scanover; input @'9.0' enc $14.; encoding = '9.0' || enc; run; Result is something like: "9.0202M0Linux" or "9.0401B0X64_7PRO"
Yeah, go ol F1,..,Fi Stop cowardice, ban guns! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22003019/using-libname-statement-in-64-bit-sas-to-interact-with-32-excel CONNECTION FAILED: See Log for details. Sas Error Failed To Connect To The Server Your cache administrator is webmaster. Sas Pc Files Server I assume so, since each row in the dataset seems to be just a piece of info or user-written line for a function, but you know what they say about assumption.
Cross Environment Data Access will be used, which might require additional CPU resources and might reduce performance. Thank you. ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE (aka Michael A. Reply Tony Posted March 28, 2014 at 1:35 pm | Permalink Hi have an issue migrating a 32 bit SAS application over to Windows 64bit. Please anybody help me. Error: Error In The Libname Statement.
You can check whether you had the ACE registry key by the following steps, again, very carefully: 1) Select Start --> Run, type regedit in the Open box to display the The 64-bit OS, combined with better hardware and more memory, can help to deliver more throughput. What happens when you try? "Non-response is only a problem if the non-respondents are a non-random sample of the total sample. http://wx2me.com/sas-error/sas-error-connect-class-not-registered-9-3.php Reply Haikuo Posted October 31, 2013 at 4:41 pm | Permalink Chris, This maybe a silly question, do I need to have MS office installed to use PCFILES engine?
Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted February 12, 2014 at 11:07 am | Permalink Jared - great to hear! Sas 9.4 Import Excel ERROR: Import unsuccessful. Reply With Quote 03-23-201509:18 AM #3 noetsi View Profile View Forum Posts Fortran must die Posts 6,105 Thanks 590 Thanked 870 Times in 830 Posts Re: SAS 9.4: PROC IMPORT for
Reply Grant D. Many Thanks !! 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 Dbms=excelcs 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)?
Any workarounds to suggest? Best regards. Is it the 64/32 bit difference? Make it a deliberate business decision to consider.
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A top SAS programmer like yourself can probably scale that program to work across your entire inventory of catalogs. Anyone have a workaround for these problems? Still requre ACCESS to PC FILES, but they should work in mixed bitness systems. You'll need that in order for SAS to handle character data from multiple character sets.
This problem occurs because the Excel engine only works with Microsoft Office 64-bit editions. Then you can spot check the time/datetime values in your actual export file. Hopefully you can see it. Raithel Posted September 5, 2014 at 1:47 pm | Permalink Chris, Oh hey; thank you for the program; it will definitely help!
However in EG this does not appear possible, I do't want to have to use Proc Import and then write a loop etc....Is it not possible to just use the Excel Reply With Quote 03-16-201508:23 PM #2 Mean Joe View Profile View Forum Posts TS Contributor Posts 937 Thanks 0 Thanked 99 Times in 96 Posts Re: SAS 9.4: PROC IMPORT for And, it is not likely that so many staff members will be able to systematically coordinate the change of all of the existing catalogs from 32-to-64-bits at one time. The following errors also occur in the SAS log.
But when I try and get data out of access database using the following code: PROC IMPORT OUT=work.test DATATABLE = BOB DBMS=ACCESSCS REPLACE; DATABASE="C:\Users\ub59360\Desktop\TEST.accdb"; server="itg-chdc-rdatav"; port=9621; RUN; I get this error: How to search for flights for a route staying within in an alliance? Join Today! + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: SAS 9.4: PROC IMPORT for .xlsx (what happened to F1, F2, F3, ...?) Thread Tools Show Printable Version