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Re: SAS 9.1.1 Vs SAS EG 4.1

Kumar

If you are using SAS EG connected to a unix server, and you are submitting the code on the unix server - then yes, I would expect you to get missing value as the unix server in all liklehood cannot see "c:\......"

Perhaps you could check the LOG generated by SAS EG and forward that to the list.


Cheers
Robin
---- SAS-L Nirmal <lazybone2k@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> Dear SAS-L listers,
>
> I have tried the following sas code in both SAS 9.1(PC sas) and SAS EG 4.1
> connected to a SAS 9.1.3 server on a unix machine. I am getting totally
> different results. Can anybody tell me why is this so? In SAS EG 4.1, I
> used cards/datalines to input the data, then i get the same result as in
> SAS 9.1(PC sas).
>
> The table ID created by the program has missing values, when executed in
> SAS EG 4.1. The same table ID does not have any missing values in PC sas.
>
> Is there any options or steps which will make the program give the same
> result, irrespective of PC sas or SAS EG 4.1.
>
> Please advice. Thanks a lot.
>
> Cheers,
> Kumar
>
> ****************SAS program******************
> filename cre 'C:\Documents and Settings\test_data.cre';
> data id  (keep = dnumber dimname i id)
>      desc(keep = dnumber dimname i ldesc);
> infile cre dlm=',' ;
> length ldesc $80.; Length sdesc $40.;  array dname(99) $ _temporary_;
>  array dsize(99)   _temporary_;
>  do dnumber = 1 to 4;
>    input dname(dnumber) dsize(dnumber);
>    end;
>  do dnumber = 1 to 4;
>    dimname = dname(dnumber);
>    do i = 1 to dsize(dnumber);
>       input id $ @;
>       if (id ne "")
>           then output id;
>           else i=i-1;
>    end;
>    input;
>  end;
>  do dnumber = 1 to 4;
>    dimname = dname(dnumber);
>    do i = 1 to dsize(dnumber);
>       input ldesc $ sdesc $;
>       output desc;
>       end;
>    end;
> run;
> **************sample data - test_data***************
> mkt,12,
> prod,13,
> fct,7,
> per,1,
> mkt0,mkt1,mkt2,mkt3,mkt4,mkt5,mkt6,mkt7,mkt8,mkt9,
> mkt10,mkt11,
> H10,H150,H160,H170,H180,H210,H220,H230,
> H240,H270,H420,H425,H430,
> H1330,H70,H8700,H175,H15434,H710,H3411,
> FB1806052,
> Market1,Market1,
> Market2,Market2,
> Market3,Market3,
> Market4,Market4,
> Market5,Market5,
> Market6,Market6,
> Market7,Market7,
> Market8,Market8,
> Market9,Market9,
> Market10,Market10,
> Market11,Market11,
> Market12,Market12,
> product1,product1,
> product2,product2,
> product3,product3,
> product4,product4,
> product5,product5,
> product6,product6,
> product7,product7,
> product8,product8,
> product9,product9,
> product10,product10,
> product11,product11,
> product12,product12,
> product13,product13,
> fact1,fact1,
> fact2,fact2,
> fact3,fact3,
> fact4,fact4,
> fact5,fact5,
> fact6,fact6,
> fact7,fact7,
> Period1,period1,
> ****************************************
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