Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 04:54:52 -0700
Reply-To: Henrootje <HenroV@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Henrootje <HenroV@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Local Data, SET on mainframe?
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> It is best to let the processing be done on the platform where the
> largest dataset resides and then transport the resulting file via proc
> download (or upload).
> An alternative is using remote library services:
> libname v8lib1 'your mainframe location' disp=shr;
> libname remote_v8lib1 slibref=v8lib1;
> data pc.ds1;
> set remote_v8lib1.grv;
> more SAS statements;
> Hope this helps, Joep
> Henrootje schreef:
> > Sorry for the multiposting...
> > I asked this question also in SASSOS before I noticed that group had
> > not been posted to in two weeks :s
> > That's why the multipost, I will copy any answer I get to the SASSOS
> > group to make sure anybody can profit from any answers found here.....
> > Now my question:
> > I have started using SAS for Windows very recently.
> > Now I would like to execute a data step where the data part is local en
> > the set is on the mainframe;
> > libname pc '<UNC PATH from pc>;
> > run;
> > rsubmit;
> > data pc.test; <--- local!
> > set v8lib1.grv; <--- mainframe
> > run;
> > endrsubmit;
> > It gives me the following error;
> > ERROR: Libname PC is not assigned.
> > How can I circumvent this?
Joep, it gives me this error:
ERROR: Libname remote_v8lib1 is not assigned.
ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement.