09-25-2016 09:08 AM
i want to insert a SAS Table into Oracle. Normally i use PROC SQL. But in this case i must recode or query every row in the SAS table - and after this the row should be inserted or not in Oracle.
This i want to do (with pseudo-code):
read until sas_base_table is EOF
"recode/do something with" the sas_base_row
if sas_base_row is a hit then
insert into oracle_table
How can i do that? Is there somewhere perhabs an example?
Thank you very much
09-25-2016 11:23 AM - edited 09-25-2016 11:25 AM
If you want to write to Oracle using a data step then make a libref that points to your Oracel schema.
libname MYDB oracle .... ;
Generate the rows you want to insert. For example you could use a conditional OUTPUT statement in your data step to select the rows to insert.
data toadd ; set .... if ... then output; run;
Then insert them.
proc append base=mydb.mytable data=toadd force; run;