Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2006 12:40:22 -0500
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Subject: Re: Checking what SAS modules are installed
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For a more definitive audit check the SAS web-site for filedetv8.sas (for
Can you explain this part little more please like how and where to check ??
On 9/12/06, Walter Scott <Walter.Scott@state.tn.us> wrote:
> As Gerhard said, proc setinit will tell you what modules are
> licensed. You may not have all the licensed modules installed.
> For a first approximation of what is actually installed, check the
> directoriy name immediately below your sasroot directory. This won't
> show what Access modules you have, however, because all Access modules
> are installed into the same "Access" sub-directory. For a more
> definitive audit check the SAS web-site for filedetv8.sas (for v9) or
> >>> Dimitri Shvorob <dimitri.shvorob@VANDERBILT.EDU> 10:08:28 12-Sep-06
> Mark, Patrice, thank you very much!