Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 01:13:53 -0500
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Subject: Re: Splitting a file into several subfiles
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At 10:11 AM 1/14/2008, Melissa Ives wrote:
>Here is some syntax we use to save files.
>Note that when this syntax was created at least (maybe still), you could
>not use more than xsave loops in a single do if, so then you just
>continue with the rest of the values.
Do you mean, the limit that you can't have more than 10 XSAVE
statements in a single transformation program? If so, yes, that limit
still holds. And you have to do what Melissa's code (I'm not quoting
it) does: write 10 of the output files; close the transformation
program with an EXECUTE; and write 10 more in the next transformation program.
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