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Date:         Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:31:43 -0700
Reply-To:     lex <lexjansen@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         lex <lexjansen@GMAIL.COM>
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Subject:      Re: CDISC Examples from support.sas.com
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If you are running version 8, make sure to upgrade your SAS installation with SAS 8.2 Hot Fix 82BC01 See: http://support.sas.com/rnd/base/index-xml-resources.html

HTH,

Lex Jansen

On Aug 13, 1:26 pm, Ken.B...@CPCMED.ORG (Ken Barz) wrote: > I've downloaded the CDISC example programs and xml file from the support > site. When I configure example1.sas to run on my system, I get some > kind of parsing error. As this is the canned example provided, does > anyone know what might be up? Thanks. > > =20 > > =20 > > 1 libname results 'S:\CDISC\SAS_Examples\results' ; > > NOTE: Libref RESULTS was successfully assigned as follows: > > Engine: V9 > > Physical Name: S:\CDISC\SAS_Examples\results > > 2 > > 3 FILENAME XMLINP 'S:\CDISC\SAS_Examples\ae.xml'; > > 4 > > 5 PROC CDISC MODEL=3DODM > > 6 READ=3DXMLINP > > 7 > > 8 formatActive=3DYES > > 9 formatNoReplace=3DNO > > 10 ; > > 11 ODM ODMVersion =3D "1.2" > > 12 ODMminimumKeyset=3DNO > > 13 ; > > 14 > > 15 CLINICALDATA OUT =3D results.AE > > 16 SASDATASETNAME =3D "AE" > > 17 ; > > 18 RUN; > > =20 > > ERROR: Invalid string. > > encountered during parsing > > occurred at or near line 302, column 70 > > NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors. > > WARNING: The data set RESULTS.AE may be incomplete. When this step was > stopped there were 0 > > observations and 29 variables.


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