Not sure what else to try - I'm very new to SQL and still don't understand much of how things work. Message 1 of 7 (598 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 07-06-2014 08:32 AM Tom Esteemed Advisor Posts: 5,304 Re: Specific Table creation by properties matching Options Mark as New PROC SQL; CREATE table Spillover AS select c.Student_ID, c.score, c.StudSGP, c.grade_subject_ID, c.employeeID, d.HEDI, d.HEDI_points, d.avg_prescore from (select Y16_CALC_STUD.Student_ID, Y16_CALC_STUD.StudSGP, Y16_CALC_STUD.CalcID, Y16_LINK_GM.school_DBN, Y16_LINK_GM.Score, Y16_LINK_GM.employeeID, Y16_LINK_GM.grade_subject_ID, Y16_CALC_Stud.StudCalcID from Y16_CALC_Stud as a left join what would happen? 12 answers More questions 1gb is equal to how mb? 21 answers The Devil here. this contact form
Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates Also, is EDW.ID supposed to reference Chara's id? –Compass Oct 17 '14 at 14:51 @Compass Sorry for first typo. solutions Forum at Tek-Tips HomeForumsProject and Data ManagementData Management Programming ToolsSAS Institute, Inc. Yes both tables i.e. http://support.sas.com/kb/30688
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Final result (COMBINED table) contains 9534 records while I would expect 8586 records exactly as in was in the source. to write a code which take the value from 2nd matrix (length) for their respective values in 1st matrix.Kindly let me know how should I proceed. share|improve this answer answered Oct 17 '14 at 15:10 Joe 43.8k52442 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Tom Cross 2004-04-08 23:43:27 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi Michael,I don't know why you're getting the error 3 times, so this may not be thewhole answer, but the ORDER BY clause works
Make sure you reference the columns in the select andwhere clauses with the aliases.VenkyPost by Michael MaceWhat am i missing / doing wrong in the WHERE clauses of the PROC SQL Thank you very much Message 7 of 7 (414 Views) Reply 0 Likes « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Post a Question Discussion Stats 6 replies 07-05-2014 07:02 I do not have blank policyno in the file...When I tried 1,9 i got an errorERROR: Subquery evaluated to more than one row.p.s. The one below is correct...I have aINPUTDATA tableWHICH HAS MULTIPLE RECORDS for the same PLICYNO.I also have a small NEW table.
You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Why is my e-mail so much bigger than the attached files? select HAVE.*,LOOKUP.length View solution in original post Message 6 of 7 (800 Views) Reply 0 Likes All Replies Tom Esteemed Advisor Posts: 5,304 Re: Specific Table creation by properties matching Options navigate here In response to your earlier question-I do not issist upon SQL code.
origin and destination, values ranges from 1 to 81 in both columns).2nd table is 81*81 (include length between origin and destination)Now I need to create a table having order 61312*3 i.e It is a part ofl(ref table):-( RE: Proc SQL problem:Unresolved reference to table/correlation name ChrisW75 (Programmer) 26 Jul 05 18:58 The last where clause is really not doing anything.where l.sub_num in(select I am trying to do a join with proc sql by replicating the answer for mysql like below proc sql; create table ggg as select profile.ID ,T2.NAME from Profile left join
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Does WiFi traffic from one client to another travel via the access point? Wicked beyond belief? The error can occur if a column is referenced in a WHERE clause generated by a filter, but the table that contains the column is not listed in the FROM clause. I am trying to perform an update on a dataset based off of another data set.
Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. PROC SQL; CREATE table Spillover AS select a.Student_ID, b.score, a.StudSGP, a.grade_subject_ID, b.employeeID, c.HEDI, c.HEDI_points, c.avg_prescore from Y16_CALC_STUD as a left join Y16_LINK_GM as b on a.Student_ID = b.Student_ID left join Y16_GROW_Teacher RE: Proc SQL problem:Unresolved reference to table/correlation name klaz2002 (Programmer) 1 Aug 05 15:02 If you follow the SAS way (not SQL) all you have to use is the 'in' dataset