11-13-2017 11:00 AM
I've been connecting to and using data from an Oracle database using a libname statement.
LIBNAME DB_CON ORACLE PATH="&DB_CONNECTION" SCHEMA='MY_SCHEMA' USER=MY_USER PASS="&dbpass";
I've recently started having problems updating rows. I found what I think is the fix here: http://support.sas.com/kb/37/470.html.
It suggests that I need to apply the libname option update_lock_type=row.
I've done this but am seeing something that I don't understand in the SAS log. Next to the new option there is an X. What does this X signify? I do not remember seeing an X in any SAS log before now except when using the X command line statement.
126 127 LIBNAME DB_CON 128 ORACLE PATH="&DB_CONNECTION" NOTE: The quoted string currently being processed has become more than 262 bytes long. You might have unbalanced quotation marks. 129 SCHEMA='MY_SCHEMA' 130 USER=MY_USER 131 PASS="&dbpass" 132 X update_lock_type=row; NOTE: Libref DB_CON was successfully assigned as follows: Engine: ORACLE Physical Name: (DESCRIPTION_LIST= (LOAD_BALANCE=off) (FAILOVER=on) (DESCRIPTION= (CONNECT_TIMEOUT=5) (TRANSPORT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT=3) (RETRY_COUNT=3) (ADDRESS_LIST= (LOAD_BALANCE=ON) (ADDRESS= (PROTOCOL=TCP) (HOST= my_host) (PORT=1521) ) )
12-04-2017 11:30 PM
it looks like no one knows, by people would probably be interested in the answer. Did you contact tech support?