Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2009 09:31:30 +0200
Reply-To: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
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From: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
Subject: Re: How to transfer non-sas files from unix to windows
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"some files other than sas tables"
your environment context is not clear
1 if you have two sas working one under windows and a sas unix working
on a server
the solution is
proc download infile= outfile= ; in a remote submit context using
sas connect module
2 without sas upon unix, you have the possibility to use a command ftp
3 last but not least, there is a possibility on a network to view inside
your window explorer
a monted view of your unix part of disk ressources and then an easy
copy/paste is enaugh.
but recall you that the end of a record in unix is LF and in windows it
is CR LF.
Perhaps you would need to change this end depending of what you need to
do under sas windows with those files.
Tom Smith a écrit :
> I am working on Windows. I want to download some files other than SAS data
> from Unix. Can xport or proc cport hanlde this kind of work?
> Or any other method to transfer the files from unix to windows usinig SAS?
> Thanks a lot.
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