Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 16:20:53 -0400
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Frank Duan <df73@OMEGA.MED.YALE.EDU>
Subject: Re: Why I can't do searching on SAS OnlineDoc using IE?
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Thank your SAS guys very much. Now I solve it after re-searching the archives
following the hints you suggest: it's in:
133872 03/09/10 17:04 82 Re: Online doc search java.lang.NullPointerException
Quoting Charles Harbour <harbourcharles@JOHNDEERE.COM>:
> Are you looking at a local copy, either on your hard drive or on your
> network? SAS hardcoded the list of IE versions it will support, and it did
> not include 6.0 (or higher) in the list. So, in order to make it work, you
> need to find the list of supported versions in one of the online doc
> support files, and add 6.0 to the list. Unfortunately, at this moment, I
> can't connect to the server on my network that hosts our online doc to be
> able to tell you what the file name is, but I do remember it's in the root
> folder of the online doc directory. Try to search the listserv archives
> again for things like 'online doc' and it should pop up--this has been
> discussed here before.
> If all else fails, you can look at the copy provided on the sas website.
> On Fri, 6 Aug 2004 14:22:13 -0400, Frank Duan <df73@OMEGA.MED.YALE.EDU>
> >Dear SAS-L people,
> >I am new to this board and I failed to find the answer after browsing the
> >My question is:
> >When I try to search SAS OnlineDoc by keywords using Internet Explorer, I
> >always get the error message "Java.lang.NullpointerException" and "no
> >matches found" results (even I typed "proc reg").
> >Does anybody know what that error means and how to fix it?
> >By the way, I have no problem doing searching with Netscape.
> >Thanks a lot,