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Dropdps problem

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Dropdps problem

I am having a problem with %_eq_conditional_dropdps  code.  I use this in other programs and have had no issues.  I have one program now that errors out every time.  I cant figure out why SAS doesn't like it.

Here is a copy of the log output.  Any thoughts on why this would be.

141    %_eq_conditional_dropds(temp_model_totals_by_apg,temp_actual_totals_by_apg,temp_YTD_Cost_V);
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       180

WARNING: Apparent invocation of macro _EQ_CONDITIONAL_DROPDS not resolved.

ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order.

Thanks you.


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‎05-15-2014 03:30 PM
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Re: Dropdps problem

The macro has not been compilied in the current session. One cause may be spelling.

If this is supposed to be available as and autocall macro you may need to check to see if your autocall is 1) enabled and 2) the location of the macro is in a location the autocall facility can find. Or %include the file with the macro definition before it is called.

The location of the macros the autocall facility will use can be found with:

proc options option=set option=sasautos;run;

Look for SASAutos and associated information.

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‎05-15-2014 03:30 PM
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Posts: 10,550

Re: Dropdps problem

The macro has not been compilied in the current session. One cause may be spelling.

If this is supposed to be available as and autocall macro you may need to check to see if your autocall is 1) enabled and 2) the location of the macro is in a location the autocall facility can find. Or %include the file with the macro definition before it is called.

The location of the macros the autocall facility will use can be found with:

proc options option=set option=sasautos;run;

Look for SASAutos and associated information.

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