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How to export excel to C drive using SAS STUDIO?

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How to export excel to C drive using SAS STUDIO?

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On the left side of SAS STUDIO I see only Solaris Files, not C drive.

 

Q: Would it be best for me to use ODS to create excel file and then use EMAIL to have SAS send it to me?

 

I need a reality check here, something simple I can achieve today.

 

Thanks!


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‎07-25-2017 01:12 PM
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Re: How to save/get things from C drive using SAS STUDIO?

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my IT guy had answer.

 

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Re: How to save/get things from C drive using SAS STUDIO?

Assuming you're using SAS UE, you should have a shared folder set up from installation, called myfolders. You can read/write files there and then access them directly on your C drive. It's just not called your C drive.

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Re: How to save/get things from C drive using SAS STUDIO?

can we skype perhaps?

 

Q1: I have

SAS Studio 3.5 Enterprise Edition.

 

Q2; I dont know what UE means.

 

Q3; on the left I only have /blah/blah  unix names.   Do I create something?? Should I ask my admin??

 

thanks for helping.

 

 

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Re: How to save/get things from C drive using SAS STUDIO?

No, sorry, I don't Skype with people I don't know other than clients.

 

You need to talk to your admin because you're using SAS on a Server. You can write to the locations they've set up and then should be able to right click the file and download it to your computer. However the specifics can vary, so your IT can tell you where you can save files and what the process should be for your system. 

 

 

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Re: How to save/get things from C drive using SAS STUDIO?

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my IT guy had answer.

 

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