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Re: SAS 9.2 for Windows x64, first impressions #2

On Wed, 19 Nov 2008 06:10:37 -0800 (PST), MacAddict wrote:

>On Jul 31, 7:49�pm, Jay Weedon wrote:

>> Haven't had a chance to run any serious benchmarks comparing it with
>> the 32-bit code, but I was dismayed to find that neither the libname
>> interface nor the import wizard will allow reading of Microsoft
>> (Excel, Access) datasets more recent than about 1997. Apparently MS
>> has no plans to write 64-bitcode for the "Jet" platform on which
>> they're written, so those features could stay broken for a while yet.
>> There are possible workarounds: tech support's got me fiddling with
>> some software contraption I'd never heard of called PC File Server
>> (which isn't provided with the 9.2 package, either 32- or 64-bit,
>> since it's considered a Unix utility, so they had to put it up on an
>> FTP server for me). Don't know how well it works yet.

>We also installed SAS 9.2 64-bit and the issues around importing and
>exporting Excel and Access files are a nightmare.  The code that you
>use on SAS 9.2 x64 will not work on SAS 9.1 so if you have 2 servers
>with different versions, you will have to change your code each time
>you run it on a different version.  For example, on SAS 9.2 proc
>import/export needs dbms=xls however that does not work on SAS 9.1.  I
>also installed the PC File Server but it is extremely slow at
>importing and exporting files.

I pursued the PC File Server solution with tech support - as I said,
they put the software onto an FTP server so that I could d/l & install
it. It actually works pretty well. Not a fast solution if you're
working with huge datasets, but I generally don't, and Excel sheets
are rarely huge.

I've put an entry into the autoexec to load the file server when SAS
starts up. And I've written a macro to facilitate the import process
of both Excel & Access files. The macro is in a library that makes it
permanently available.

Actually, I've written 2 macros for SAS 9.2 for Windows, one for
SAS-64 & one for SAS-32. (I need SAS-32 because of its support for
Cytel's StatXact & LogXact procs.)

64-bit macro:

=======================
/*

Macro MSIMPORT.
Written by Jay Weedon August 2008.
Import Microsoft Access or Excel set using SAS PC Files Server
interface. 64-bit version for SAS 9.2.
Excel assumed unless table= option is used, in which case Access
assumed.

Example of use:
%msimport(infile=c:\data\mctdata.xls)

*/

%macro msimport (infile=,out=data1,sheet=Sheet1,table=,range=);
  %put NOTE: Microsoft 64-bit Excel/Access import routine.;
  %put NOTE: SAS PC files server must be running.;
  %put NOTE: Excel source assumed unless table= parameter used.;
  %put NOTE: Default for Excel sheet= parameter is Sheet1.;
  %put NOTE: Specify optional range= parameter as (e.g.) A2:Z334.; 
  %put NOTE: Default for out= parameter is DATA1.;	%put; 
  %if "&infile"="" %then %do;
    %put ERROR: Must specify infile= parameter; %return;
  %end;
  %if &range^= %then %let sheet=&sheet$⦥
  proc import out=&out replace
    %if &table= %then %do;
      dbms=excelcs datafile="&infile"; sheet="&sheet";
    %end;
    %else %do;
      dbms=accesscs datatable=&table; database="&infile";
	%end;
    port=8621; server="localhost";
  run;
%mend;
=========================

32-bit macro:

=========================
/*

Macro MSIMPORT.
Written by Jay Weedon August 2008.
Import Microsoft Access or Excel set using SAS PC Files Server
interface.
Excel assumed unless table= option is used, in which case Access
assumed. 32-bit version for SAS 9.2.

Example of use:
%msimport(infile=c:\data\mctdata.xls)

*/

%macro msimport (infile=,out=data1,sheet=Sheet1,table=,range=);
  options noxwait noxsync;
  %put NOTE: Microsoft Excel/Access 32-bit import routine.;
  %put NOTE: SAS PC files server must be running.;
  %put NOTE: Excel source assumed unless table= parameter used.;
  %put NOTE: Default for Excel sheet= parameter is Sheet1.;
  %put NOTE: Specify optional range= parameter as (e.g.) A2:Z334.; 
  %put NOTE: Default for out= parameter is DATA1.;	%put; 
  %if "&infile"="" %then %do;
    %put ERROR: Must specify infile= parameter; %return;
  %end;
  %if &range^= %then %let sheet=&sheet$⦥
  proc import out=&out replace
    %if &table= %then %do;
      dbms=excel datafile="&infile"; sheet="&sheet";
    %end;
    %else %do;
      dbms=access datatable=&table; database="&infile";
	%end;
  run;
%mend;
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Facebook Certifies Google’s DoubleClick For Ad-Impression Tracking
A little frost might be melting off the usually chilly relationship between Facebook and Google , as AdExchanger reported that Google’s DoubleClick ...

The Value of Viewed Impressions
At Facebook, we use viewed impressions to measure ad delivery. Here’s why.

Kenshoo: Facebook ad impressions, click volume, conversion rate up in Q3
Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, came out with some great news when they looked at their clients’ ad performance ...

Impression Pi (@usensinc) on Twitter
Log in Sign up You are on Twitter Mobile because you are using an old version of Internet Explorer. Learn more here Impression Pi @ usensinc ...

Printing Impressions - LinkedIn
The Printing Impressions LinkedIn Group is dedicated to discussions on topics of interest to printing industry executives. Brought to you by ...

Mac App Store - Topaz Impression
Get Topaz Impression on the Mac App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.

Artist’s impression of the quasar 3C 279
This is an artist's impression of the quasar 3C 279. Astronomers connected the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX), in Chile, to the Submillimeter ...

Matured Nishiazabu poised to make impression at Oakbank over Easter - AdelaideNow Search Search
TALENTED South Australian jumper Nishiazabu stamped himself as a serious contender for the upcoming Oakbank Easter Carnival after an impressive ...

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge unboxing and first impressions [Video]
We were present when Samsung unveiled its newest Galaxy S-series smartphones at the Unpacked event in Barcelona. Now, just a couple of weeks ...

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