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BeNur
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi all,

 

Does anybody know how to save result from CAS action into work table?

Unfortunately, I didn't find yet any mentioning about that in the guide.

 

So here is my case

I want to create a table with table details

 

To get the details about the table in the CAS I am using the following code:

proc cas;
session casauto;

table.tableInfo / caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
table.tableDetails / caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
quit;

This gives me html result

 

But I don't know how to save this result into the work table

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BeNur
Obsidian | Level 7

Upd: I found the solutions

https://documentation.sas.com/?docsetId=casl&docsetTarget=n07vc17aaxlancn10mfdk5e5zboq.htm&docsetVer...

 

proc cas;
session casauto;

table.tableInfo result=infoTable /caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
table.tableDetails result=detailsTable /caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
val=findtable(detailsTable);
saveresult val dataout=work.summary;
quit;

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BeNur
Obsidian | Level 7

Upd: I found the solutions

https://documentation.sas.com/?docsetId=casl&docsetTarget=n07vc17aaxlancn10mfdk5e5zboq.htm&docsetVer...

 

proc cas;
session casauto;

table.tableInfo result=infoTable /caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
table.tableDetails result=detailsTable /caslib="mycaslib" table="mytable";
val=findtable(detailsTable);
saveresult val dataout=work.summary;
quit;

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