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Orion Library on SAS university edition

How do i assign Orion library in SAS university edition. I have tried what was stated in the guide in order to be able do the practice test for the programming 1 ecourse, but i have been getting error messages. It states the Orion library does nor exist. What do i do? Thank you.


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‎10-06-2016 11:22 PM
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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

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I'm posting a snapshot of the instructions. If there's a step you don't understand or is unclear please note that step number in your question. As I mentioned previously, read the instrutions through to the end on how to set it up in future sessions. I've only posted the section on the initial set up. 

 

 

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DO THIS AFTER YOU'VE COMPLETED THE INSTRUCTIONS TO SET UP THE ORION LIBRARY FROM THE COURSE. Your best bet is to manually create the library by clicking that little cabinet icon in Library and check the box to have the library assigned always. The path is the same as what's in FILEPATH variable. 

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

- create a directory for the Orion library in your shared folder

- copy the dataset files there

- run a libname statement that assigns a libref to that directory. Be aware that you have to address the shared folder in the UNIX virtual machine, so use proper filesystem/filename/pathname syntax.

 

For more help, post the actual ERROR text(s) and the relevant code from the log.

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

Thank you very much for your response. But how do i create the Orion library in the shared folder?

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

[ Edited ]

I'm posting a snapshot of the instructions. If there's a step you don't understand or is unclear please note that step number in your question. As I mentioned previously, read the instrutions through to the end on how to set it up in future sessions. I've only posted the section on the initial set up. 

 

 

Screen Shot 2016-10-06 at 8.09.42 PM.png

 

DO THIS AFTER YOU'VE COMPLETED THE INSTRUCTIONS TO SET UP THE ORION LIBRARY FROM THE COURSE. Your best bet is to manually create the library by clicking that little cabinet icon in Library and check the box to have the library assigned always. The path is the same as what's in FILEPATH variable. 

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

Thank you very much.

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

Hi!

I have the similiar error. How you could do??

 

Thanks!!

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

@beatraca Read every line in the instructions. Line by line. And follow them. Smiley Happy

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

I did same for sas on demand for academics but it showing error

1 OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
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62 proc print data=orion_all_;
ERROR: File WORK.ORION_ALL_.DATA does not exist.
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64 OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

@nagma There are separate instructions on setting up the library for AoD. If you've restarted your browser you still need to reassign it, see the last section of the instructions. 

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Re: Orion Library on SAS university edition

READ the instructions from start to finish. If you start a new session you need to reassign the library. You can have a library be assigned at startup by manually setting it up and checking that option. 

 

The instructions have a better explanation than this though. Make sure you're looking st the University Edition instructions as well. 

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