Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 11:08:54 -0500
Reply-To: Daniel Sharp <dmsharp@MATCMADISON.EDU>
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From: Daniel Sharp <dmsharp@MATCMADISON.EDU>
Subject: Re: Read Access Violation in Task (SQL)
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Thanks to all for your help and responses. I ended up reinstalling all
the hotfixes subsequent to my versions release and that did the trick.
Apparently, when I had installed them previously, some may have not
>>> KrzysOPoranku <KrzysOPoranku@INTERIA.PL> 09/22/03 02:06AM >>>
Daniel Sharp wrote:
> I am getting the following error message from a query and I am unable
> find out exactly what this means. Does anyone have an Idea? I am
> 8.2 on Windows 2000 and the data is on a Win2000 Server in a
> 2000 database.
> ERROR: Read Access Violation In Task ( SQL ]
> Exception occurred at (623D479E)
> Task Traceback
> NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
> NOTE: PROCEDURE SQL used:
> real time 39.59 seconds
> cpu time 0.63 seconds
> Thanks in advance.
> Dan Sharp
Have you instaled you SAS with DBCS support? If yes you should remove
all DBCS statements form your sas config. Otherwise - search SAS tech