Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 23:00:09 -0400
Reply-To: Arthur Tabachneck <art297@NETSCAPE.NET>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Arthur Tabachneck <art297@NETSCAPE.NET>
Subject: Re: kinds of sas product
I don't know what its purpose is either. Maybe doronron only works on
Regardless, it appears to be the most forgiving when it comes to command
530 proc setinit doronrondoyouhaveanymeaning noalias;run;
1WARNING 1-322: Assuming the symbol DORONRON was misspelled as
On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 20:48:32 -0500, ./ ADD NAME=Data _null_,
>That is why SETINIT has options like NOALIAS.
>Not sure what DoRonRon does.
>CPUID, DORONRON, IGNORE_OSNAME_NONMATCH, LIB, LIBRARY, NOALIAS,
>NOLIST, OUTFILE, RELEASE.
>On 8/19/08, Lou <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> "Arthur Tabachneck" <art297@NETSCAPE.NET> wrote in message
>> > Jeff,
>> > Just run the following program:
>> > proc setinit;run;
>> > HTH,
>> > Art
>> Well, sorta. I've worked at places where PROC SETINIT would return
>> something like "Enterprise Bundle" (I forget the exact wording). In
>> to find out what was in the bundle, I had to call SAS. Turned out to
>> include, if I remember correctly, FSP, STAT, GRAPH, AF, and a couple of
>> utilities I've never used and don't recall.
>> > ---------
>> > On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 09:34:03 -0400, Jeff <zhujp98@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
>> > >How can I check what kinds of sas product module do I have?
>> > >for example, I want check if my sas package include sas/access,
>> > >sas/ETS.....
>> > >How can I find out?
>> > >THX
>> > >Jeff