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Access a java object in created in one data step in another datastep

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Access a java object in created in one data step in another datastep

I create a java object in one data step and would like to access it in another. Can someone tell me how to do this?

data _null_;

dcl javaobj rm(...);

run;

data _null_;
set dataset;
rm.callVoidmethod(...);
run;

Thanks.
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Re: Access a java object in created in one data step in another datastep

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Have you looked at the SAS DOC on this topic?

Scott Barry
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SAS(R) 9.2 Language Reference: Concepts - Using the Java Object
http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/lrcon/61722/HTML/default/a003252712.htm
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Yes, everything seems to be done in just one data step. I need help referencing a javaobj created in one data step but used in another.
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It's unclear what you want to accomplish in the two DATA steps, from my perspective. There are other technical references at the SAS support http://support.sas.com/ website -- consider using the Google advanced search argument below and hopefully you might find some suitable information for your question.

Scott Barry
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Google advanced search: "java object" site:sas.com
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I am working with multiple data sets that cannot be merged together and need to reference the same javaobj workspace. So I would need multiple data steps.
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Suggest you open a track with SAS support for input/feedback.

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Thanks.
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