Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 08:20:31 -0500
Reply-To: Chuck Enright <chuck_sas@CFEDATA.COM>
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From: Chuck Enright <chuck_sas@CFEDATA.COM>
Subject: Re: ERROR: Variable lease_begin_date has been defined as both
character and numeric.
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What attribute do you want Lease_Begin_Date to have when finished?
SET abcrowhist (IN=A)
bbcrowhist (IN=B RENAME=(Lease_Begin_Date=Lease_Begin_Date_X))
IF B THEN NEW_Lease_Begin_Date = INPUT(Lease_Begin_Date, MMDDYY10.);
ELSE NEW_Lease_Begin_Date = Lease_Begin_Date;
Quoting Bhavani Shankar <bhavani.shankar@INDIA.BIRLASOFT.COM>:
> Please help me. iam getting the following error and i am unable to correct
> with Put/Input function.
> ERROR: Variable lease_begin_date has been defined as both character and
> The variable attribute in 4 different sets are as follows.
> abcrowhist Lease_Begin_Date Char 8
> bbcrowhist Lease_Begin_Date Num 8 296 MMDDYY10.
> jpcROWHIST Lease_Begin_Date Char 1
> fbROWHIST Lease_Begin_Date Char 1
> Thanks in advance.
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