Date: Tue, 28 Dec 1999 17:53:57 +0100
Reply-To: Frank Poppe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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From: Frank Poppe <Frank.Poppe@KNOWARE.NL>
Subject: Re: Merry Xmas as a multilingual SAS application
It should always be possible to open the given URL's in any browser, copy
them locally and run the CIMPORTS from there. I have heard of no problems
from people using that method.
This suggests to me that SAS is too impatient waiting for bytes.
Arjen Raateland <Arjen.Raateland@vyh.fi> wrote in message
> Jack Hamilton wrote:
> > "Frank Poppe" <Frank.Poppe@KNOWARE.NL> wrote:
> > >To run the MerryXms-application, cut-and-paste the following SAS job to
> > >program editor window, and submit it while connected to the Internet.
> > Interesting. I hadn't considered the possibility of a computer virus
hosted in SAS,
> > but obviously it is possible uaing this technique.
> > > dm 'af c=pwtools.xframe.merryxms.frame' ;
> > I get
> > ERROR: Invalid catalog specification
> No success here either:
> 23 PROC CIMPORT CATALOG = pwtools.xframe INFILE = xframe ; RUN ;
> ERROR: 10060 - WSAETIMEDOUT.
> NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
> NOTE: The PROCEDURE CIMPORT used 45.33 seconds.
> What could this be caused by? I tried several times.
> Sometimes the error message is:
> 10 PROC CIMPORT CATALOG = pwtools.xframe INFILE = xframe ; RUN ;
> ERROR: 10051 - WSAENETUNREACH.
> I can open the transport file as per the filename URL in the NetScape
> browser window. It may be unusable, but it's there, no time-outs.
> Arjen Raateland
> Finnish Environment Institute
> SAS Support
> phone +358 9 4030 0350