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How to get rid of warning message from proc dataset #2

Hey, guys,

I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning:
No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such
message when library is not specified. But in my case, the library is
defined.
And the warning still exists the second time I run the code. Does any
one know how to get rid of the warning? (note: try is a sas dataset) .
Many thanks.

libname temp 'C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\test';
libname t2path 'C:\Documents and settings\Desktop\test\sub_m';

proc datasets;
  copy in=temp out=t2path;
  select try;
quit;
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Re: How to get rid of warning message from proc dataset #2
Mindy, Your code works, on my system, as originally written. Thus, two more questions: (1) does try exist in libname temp? and (2) is try a SAS dataset of the same version as the version of SAS you a running? Art ------- On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 20:43:44 -0000, Mindy <master2005_sas@YAHOO.COM> wrote: >On Oct 1, 11:32 am, art...@NETSCAPE.NET (Arthur Tabachneck) wrote: >> Mindy, >> >> Do you still get the warning if you use double quotes {") rather than >> single quotes (') in the libname statements? >> >> Art >> ------ >> >> >> >> On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 10:59:47 -0700, Mindy <master2005_...@YAHOO.COM> wrote: >> >Hey, guys, >> >> >I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning: >> >No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such >> >message when library is not specified. But in my case, the library is >> >defined. >> >And the warning still exists the second time I run the code. Does any >> >one know how to get rid of the warning? (note: try is a sas dataset) . >> >Many thanks. >> >> >libname temp 'C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\test'; >> >libname t2path 'C:\Documents and settings\Desktop\test\sub_m'; >> >> >proc datasets; >> > copy in=temp out=t2path; >> > select try; >> >quit; &g...

How to get rid of warning message from proc dataset
Hey, guys, I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning: No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such message when library is not specified. But in my case, the library is defined. And the warning still exists the second time I run the code. Does any one know how to get rid of the warning? (note: try is a sas dataset) . Many thanks. libname temp 'C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\test'; libname t2path 'C:\Documents and settings\Desktop\test\sub_m'; proc datasets; copy in=temp out=t2path; select try; quit; Mindy ...

Re: How to get rid of warning message from proc dataset
Mindy, Do you still get the warning if you use double quotes {") rather than single quotes (') in the libname statements? Art ------ On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 10:59:47 -0700, Mindy <master2005_sas@YAHOO.COM> wrote: >Hey, guys, > >I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning: >No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such >message when library is not specified. But in my case, the library is >defined. >And the warning still exists the second time I run the code. Does any >one know how to get rid of the warning? (note: try is a sas dataset) . >Many thanks. > >libname temp 'C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\test'; >libname t2path 'C:\Documents and settings\Desktop\test\sub_m'; > >proc datasets; > copy in=temp out=t2path; > select try; >quit; >Mindy On Oct 1, 11:32 am, art...@NETSCAPE.NET (Arthur Tabachneck) wrote: > Mindy, > > Do you still get the warning if you use double quotes {") rather than > single quotes (') in the libname statements? > > Art > ------ > > > > On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 10:59:47 -0700, Mindy <master2005_...@YAHOO.COM> wrote: > >Hey, guys, > > >I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning: > >No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such > >message when library is not specified. But in my case, ...

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On Mon, 1 Oct 2007 10:59:47 -0700, Mindy <master2005_sas@YAHOO.COM> wrote: >Hey, guys, > >I submitted the followin codes, and get warning message as "Warning: >No matching members in directory". I cheked some papers, SAS gave such >message when library is not specified. But in my case, the library is >defined. >And the warning still exists the second time I run the code. Does any >one know how to get rid of the warning? (note: try is a sas dataset) . >Many thanks. > >libname temp 'C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\test'; >libname t2path 'C:\Documents and settings\Desktop\test\sub_m'; > >proc datasets; > copy in=temp out=t2path; > select try; >quit; >Mindy Try removing IN=TEMP from the COPY statement and instead code LIBRARY=TEMP in the PROC statement. It actually seems to work either way, but using 9.1.3 I do see that spurious warning. libname temp 'c:\temp\a'; libname t2path 'c:\temp\aa'; data temp.try; run; proc datasets; copy in=temp out=t2path; select try; quit; proc datasets library=temp; copy out=t2path; select try; quit; ...

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