Error In The Libname Statement Sas 9.0
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 Americans think that global warming is unproblematic since Christ will return soon? share|improve this answer answered Dec 15 '13 at 16:19 DomPazz 8,328817 Yes, I agree with @DomPazz on the range part. My log looks like this...ERROR: Connect: Class not registeredERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement.NOTE: Attachments for -3 reestablished for new parent.NOTE: Import Cancelled.1 libname a "E:\test";NOTE: Libref A was successfully assigned news
Any advice? Once I have *finally* imported a 32 bit Access Office Table into 64 bit SAS, how can I export again? Make sure you have ACCESS/PC Files licensed. Reply Andy Posted March 20, 2013 at 4:45 pm | Permalink What do you mean by "For LIBNAME access, try LIBNAME PCFILES."?
But I recently tried to read in a tab from an xls file, which is actually with embedded macro. EG imports the dataset, and moves it via FTP to a temp location on the server, from which SAS on the server copied it to my final library. That also uses the PC Files Server, so that component would need to be present/installed. Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted October 1, 2015 at 7:35 am | Permalink By this, I mean to export your format definitions (from the source system) as SAS data sets using the
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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. Generated Mon, 21 Nov 2016 02:23:47 GMT by s_sg2 (squid/3.5.20) The PC File Server option is not avaialbe in the new library wizard as a Resource Template. Unfortunately, this seems almost always to be the case. " Reply With Quote + Reply to Thread Tweet « How to create a table of values | SAS Tips
Thank you. ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE (aka Michael A. Reply Nathan Posted July 30, 2015 at 9:44 am | Permalink Thanks for the warnings. And do you use the Import Wizard?What is the version and type (file extension) of the Excel file?Full code and log would help. Not complaining; but that would have been nice.
These approaches use the PC Files Server, which is a separate small application that is provided with SAS/ACCESS to PC Files. Some things that might be wrong: If your version is prior to 9.1.3, I don't think you cannot read the new xlsx format. Thanks to the info you provided, I was up and running again in just a couple of minute! more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
By specifying DBMS=EXCEL, the IMPORT procedure can read any version of these files that are saved in Microsoft Excel workbooks. Message 4 of 10 (2,883 Views) Reply 0 Likes ballardw Esteemed Advisor Posts: 7,802 Re: Error in SAS import..connection failed & error in libname statement Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe I knew programers who programed in EG, while never using the GUI, simply because they preferred the EG editor. Pablo Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted December 10, 2013 at 8:22 pm | Permalink Pablo, Are you talking about the Import Wizard in SAS (not SAS Enterprise Guide)?
ERROR: Connect: Class not registered ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement. 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 NOTE: There are a few feature differences between the EXCELCS and EXCEL options. 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
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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" Thanks, Martin Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted July 7, 2014 at 4:12 pm | Permalink Martin, there isn't a "PCFILES" template in SAS Management Console.
Best regards. Alternatively, you can try DBMS=XLSX to remove the data providers from the equation. It still yields good information for SAS Tech Support diagnostics, but for an accurate in-process picture you should launch this from Help->About->Configuration Details within the SAS application you're checking (EG or
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Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted August 24, 2016 at 12:56 pm | Permalink That's right. That works, but it might introduce other incompatibilities with how you use your Microsoft Office applications. Your email is never published nor shared. Thanks Pablo Reply Chris Hemedinger Posted December 9, 2013 at 1:55 pm | Permalink Pablo, You have two options.
Even though you've just moved from one version of Windows to another, from a SAS perspective these files are different, with different internal structures. 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 With the upgrade to EG 6.1 (64-bit) in conjunction with the upgrade to SAS 9.4, these tasks fail for exactly the reasons above. I've also used CEDA with Connect hookup between a 32 bit machine running SAS 9.1 and 64 bit machine running 9.3 - attempted with PROC MIGRATE and PROC CATALOG within this
Unfortunately, this seems almost always to be the case. " Reply With Quote 03-23-201512:03 PM #4 hlsmith View Profile View Forum Posts Omega Contributor Awards: Location Not Ames, IA Posts 5,945 I am wondering, most of the users had been using SAS EG export wizard to export the data as a step in Project in 32-bit SAS (linux) old platform, now when Another method you could try: if you have SAS/ACCESS to ODBC, you could try to update your MS Access table using a 64-bit MS Access ODBC driver. Message 1 of 10 (3,372 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 03-31-2015 02:23 AM KurtBremser Super User Posts: 4,021 Re: Error in SAS import..connection failed & error in libname statement
It appears that the default limit is 255 or so. Cross Environment Data Access will be used, which might require additional CPU resources and might reduce performance. Then code whatever you were going to do. If you specify DBMS=XLSX, the IMPORT procedure can read only EXCEL2007 or later versions of the files that are saved in Microsoft Excel workbooks." That didn't work for me either.
You might need to work with SAS Tech Support for the best practice on these types of project files. I've replaced it with a PROC IMPORT snippet. Please anybody help me. I have no trouble with this on my laptop: PROC IMPORT OUT=WORK.APO TABLE='SAS' DBMS=ACCESSCS REPLACE; DATABASE="P:\APO\2 registrering\Indtastning APO.accdb"; RUN; But this one is trouble: PROC IMPORT OUT=WORK.Flexi2 DATATABLE='Accuracy' DBMS=ACCESSCS REPLACE; DATABASE="Z:\Flexicult.accdb";
It can happen when you use PROC EXPORT to export Excel files, or use DBMS=ACCESS for Microsoft Access database files, or when you try to use LIBNAME EXCEL to reference a 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 Message 5 of 10 (2,883 Views) Reply 0 Likes TomKari Valued Guide Posts: 910 Re: Error in SAS import..connection failed & error in libname statement Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Message 9 of 10 (2,883 Views) Reply 0 Likes dr2014 Frequent Contributor Posts: 93 Re: Error in SAS import..connection failed & error in libname statement Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe
My issue now that I am on EG is that I want to use the Excel Libname to import an entire workbook of Excel. Additional information is that I'm running 64-bit SAS 9.4 on Windows 7. I was using proc import for access datatables on my 32 bit mascine at work. Thanks again; I can't wait to take your code for a test drive. ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE (aka Michael A.
Except for the "CS" I am using the same code that worked on my 32 mascine. But you should be able to do this with your 32-bit Excel today: libname myxl PCFILES "C:\Users\Desktop\test.xlsx"; If you have the PC Files Server component installed.