Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 16:53:04 -0500
Reply-To: Pavlo Row <pavlo@INORBIT.COM>
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From: Pavlo Row <pavlo@INORBIT.COM>
Subject: Hoiw to stopr from printing into output SAS window
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Hello again everyone,
What I meant to say below is that the LOG window gets full while my program is running. Once it gets full, then this pop up window shows and says press C to clear the window (or presss this option to save it tetc.). I have to do this often for my program to continue running. Otherwise the window fills up and program stops. Again, it is the LOG not the OUTPUT windo. I don't believe anything goes to the output window. I just want to run my program without this LOG window interfereing with it.
To: pavlo@INORBIT.COM, SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
Subject: Re: Hoiw to stopr from printing into output SAS window
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:50:18 -0600
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Try the following options statement:
options noprintmsglist nosource nonotes;
J S Huang
>>> Pavlo Row <pavlo@INORBIT.COM> 2/23/2006 2:31:27 PM >>>
Hello SAS experts,
I made this mistake this morning:
I started running my SAS code which is a macro.
The data set has like over a million records and about 100 fields.
I started ruunin the macro like 3 hours ago. It still runs.
Ever so often, I have to babysit this thing because the output window
Then I have to press the C button to clear the window so the program
can start running again.
If this thing runs many more hours, I won't be at work to baysit this
How can I tell SAS to not output all these iterations in the window and
fill it up.
A simple error message (log) will suffice to let me know if the job was
All this other stuff filling up the windo is a nuisance right now.
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