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autocall library troubleshooting

Is there any way to verify the macro autocall libraries that have been assigned? Perhaps there is a dm command, or a SASHELP table that can be viewed, ...?

I am assigning two as shown below. I have a folder MacAutos in which I have sub-directories for project-specific macros. The four invocations below refer to macros that are stored in the mAutoKBM library. There are indeed SAS files there that have files with names matching those macro names and which contain only the corresponding macro definitions. All four invocations produce the apparent invocation not resolved warning. Is there any way to get more information regarding the autocall library assignments and/or attempted resolution searches? Or do you have any suggestions of how to troubleshoot this?

Thanks,

Bob

**** Enable KBM Autocall Libraries ****;

filename mAutoKBM '&BasePath\MacAutos\KBM';

filename mAutoGen '&BasePath\MacAutos\General';

options MAUTOSOURCE MAUTOLOCDISPLAY MRECALL sasautos=(mAutoKBM mAutoGen sasautos );

%KBM_Flagvars;

%KBM_Graph_Nominal

%KBM_Children

%KBM_Graph_Ordinal;


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‎03-29-2013 01:04 PM
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Re: autocall library troubleshooting

Posted in reply to bob_pearson

Single quotes are not allowing &BASE to be resolved.  Switch to double quotes.

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‎03-29-2013 01:04 PM
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Re: autocall library troubleshooting

Posted in reply to bob_pearson

Single quotes are not allowing &BASE to be resolved.  Switch to double quotes.

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Re: autocall library troubleshooting

Posted in reply to data_null__

Hah! Can't believe it. Sorry all.

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