Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 10:58:58 -0700
Reply-To: Toni Price <tprice@THEMOMENT.COM>
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From: Toni Price <tprice@THEMOMENT.COM>
Subject: Re: xport sas dataset pc to unix
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Just a quick thought - without offering code (though it's simple to use) -
have you tried PROC CPORT and PROC CIMPORT? I've often used these two
procedures before without any problems. If you're having trouble let me know
and if I have time I'll put together an example for you.
From: Murray Karstadt [mailto:karstadt@ANDROMEDA.RUTGERS.EDU]
Sent: Friday, July 14, 2000 10:13 AM
Subject: xport sas dataset pc to unix
This one has me stumped. I'm trying to transfer a PC SAS 612
dataset to unix running sas 611.
On the PC side I start with:
libname in 'c:\temp';
libname newfile 'c:\temp\pcfile.dat';
proc copy IN=in OUT=newfile MEMTYPE=DATA;
which creates 'pcfile.dat' I ftp the file in binary to a unix box.
and use the following
libname in XPORT 'pcfile.dat';
libname out '';
proc copy IN=in OUT=out;
the error I get is
2 libname out '';
ERROR: Module SASPCEN0 not found in search paths.
ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME or FILENAME statement.
is there some other method to transfer PC files?????
thanks in advance