Enter the values for the new key or value in the window that is displayed. NOTE: All registry changes will be lost at the end of the session. Operating System and Release InformationProduct FamilyProductSystemSAS ReleaseReportedFixed*SAS SystemN/AMicrosoft® Windows® for 64-Bit Itanium-based Systems9.2 TS2M3Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Datacenter 64-bit Edition9.2 TS2M3Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise 64-bit Edition9.2 TS2M3Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Enter the dmlibassign command.
Right-click Start and select Open Windows Explorer. Method 2: Use the Registry Editor or PROC REGISTRY to back up the parts of the Sasuser registry that have changed. Select Copy from the pop-up menu and copy the Regstry file. Select a location to store your registry file. http://support.sas.com/kb/12/502.html
For example, library names are limited to eight characters, and engine values must match actual engine names. To do this, you first create a version of the file shortcut definition in the Sasuser registry. The registry shows keys and values stored in keys. Open the Sasuser library in the Explorer window.
Operating Environment Information: You can also use a copy command from your operating environment to make a copy of your registry file for backup purposes. The following table outlines the location of the most commonly used Explorer configuration data. For example, you could use the color name in the GOPTIONS statement as shown in the following code:goptions cback=anaranjado; proc gtestit; run; Using the Registry Editor When to Use the Registry A RegJob.log file then opens that can provide you with more details on what the problems are.
Select Tools => Options => Registry Editor. 6. Sas 9.4 Unable To Open Sasuser.profile. Work.profile Will Be Opened Instead This message can be caused by corrupted profiles. Please help me to get it resolved. From Start>Settings>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs, remove (uninstall) SAS 9.1. 5.
Type:Usage NotePriority:Topic:System Administration ==> InstallationDate Modified:2005-04-21 10:51:52Date Created:2003-04-18 14:24:19 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support. A registry file can contain a complete registry or just part of a registry. It is a good idea to back up the Sasuser part of the registry if you have made substantial customizations to your SAS session. To export a registry file using the SAS Registry Editor: In the left pane of the Registry Editor, select the key that you want to export to a SASXREG file.
That is, those that are created at startup by using the New Library or File Shortcut Assignment window. http://support.sas.com/kb/8/538.html Deleting SAS Service Names from the Windows Registry To remove SAS service keys directly from the Windows registry, open the registry. Warning: Unable To Copy Sasuser Registry To Work Registry. Message 4 of 4 (95 Views) Reply 0 Likes « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Post a Question Discussion Stats 3 replies 03-30-2016 03:42 AM 104 views 0 Sas User Profile Location Exporting a Registry File You usually export a registry file or SASXREG file, when you are preparing a backup registry file.
The SASHELP Registries will be rebuilt for the SAS image located at: C:\Program Files\SAS\SAS 9.1 or C:\Program Files\SAS\SASFoundation\9.2 or C:\Program Files\SAS\SASFoundation\9.2(32-bit) Note that this defaults to the location that you have Ensure that you select the same standard deployment plan file and the same SAS installation data file that you used during the initial installation. Select View All to display the Sasuser and Sashelp items separately in the Registry Editor's left pane. Also, you should review the "Warnings and Notices" section in the Instructions.html file. Note This Sas Session Is Using A Registry In Work
Often, this error might occur because duplicate SAS services are listed from either a previous installation of SAS or from a previous failed installation of SAS. From Start>Settings>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs, remove (uninstall) SAS 9.1. 5. The Explorer Options Window is available from the TOOLSOptionsExplorer menu from within the Explorer. Select the COLORNAMES\HTML subkey.
WORK.PROFILE will be opened instead" in UNIX environments. To import a registry file using the SAS Registry Editor: Select FileImport Registry File. A Save As window appears.
CORE\EXPLORER\KEYEVENTS the valid key events for the 3270 interface. Note: You need special permission to write to the Sashelp part of the SAS registry. Under "Select registry view", choose View All. 4. Message 1 of 4 (103 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 03-30-2016 05:01 AM KurtBremser Super User Posts: 3,793 Re: Registry error while using SAS 9.3 Options Mark as New
Select one of the following paths, depending on your operating environment, and then make modifications to keys and key values as needed:CORE\OPTIONS\LIBNAMESor CORE\OPTIONS\LIBNAMES\CONCATENATED Note: These corrections are possible only for permanent Whenever possible, use the administrative tools, such as the New Library window, the PRTDEF procedure, Universal Print windows, and the Explorer Options window, to make configuration changes, rather than editing the However, it is probably better to have this backup file than to revert to the original default registry. Click Next and continue with the installation.
Using the SAS Deployment Manager You can use the SAS Deployment Manager to remove an existing SAS 9.2 configuration from your machine, which also removes SAS 9.2 services. So any additional session after your first one will not be able to access the customizations. All rights reserved. Add, modify, and delete keys and values stored in the registry.
Type:Usage NotePriority:Topic:System Administration ==> InstallationDate Modified:2005-04-27 13:19:39Date Created:2004-07-01 13:59:22 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support. Note: If you select Open, this will open the SAS Registry Rebuild Utility. WORK.REGSTRY will be opened instead. Copy your renamed registry file to the Sasuser location where your previous registry file was located.
To correct this, perform the following steps: Close SAS. There are a few possible workarounds: * Call Tech Support to get a new regstry.sas7bitm file. * Run the 91Regbld.exe program as referenced in SAS Note #012774 . * Uninstall SAS, NOTE: All registry changes will be lost at the end of the session. Locate profile.sas7bcat and rename this file as profile.old.
If ITEMSTOR does not have an icon associated with it in the Type list, you are prompted to select an icon. There are several ways to do this. The Save As window appears. If this error message appears, review the metadatasrv_configureMetadata_yyyy-mm-dd-hh.mm.ss.log file that is linked to in the Configuration Failure dialog box.
If the Registry file is readable, SAS copies the existing Registry settings to WORK.REGSTRY so that the current settings will be in place for the new SAS session. Right-click the file and select Edit in NOTEPAD to edit the file. Export the contents of the registry to a file, starting at any key. An explanation of why this note is written to the SAS log file, and how you can prevent it.Type:Usage NotePriority:Date Modified:2015-08-31 17:58:59Date Created:2002-09-25 16:23:33 This content is presented in an iframe,
Copyright © SAS Institute Inc. Starting the Registry Editor To run the Registry Editor, issue the REGEDIT command on a SAS command line. Previous Page | Next Page Managing the SAS Registry Primary Concerns about Managing the SAS Registry Backing Up the Sasuser Registry Why Back Up the Sasuser Registry?