Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:05:35 -0700
Reply-To: Chris T <chris.tinnon@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Chris T <chris.tinnon@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: ERROR: The value 3 is not a valid SAS
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So a transpose statement occurs and I have some field named the
I know these are not valid SAS variable names. I am using enterprise
guide and looked at the field names, copied them, pasted them into a
hex viewer to see if the blank were any weird characters, no. Just 4
spaces, hex 20. But why does the transpose procedure even execute
with them? How can it create a dataset with those names if it's not
valid? The job doesn't bomb on that step, but rather when the dataset
it complete and another job sets it.
Hopefully this is enough for some feedback.
I'm going back to crying.