03-24-2015 11:45 AM
Trying to learn to use SAS programming essentials via University Edition and virtual box. When trying to set-up the Orion library, I get this message " ERROR: Library ORION does not exist.". Can someone tell me what I should do?
04-16-2015 08:40 AM
I am not familiar with essentials but that error message usually mean you are trying to read a folder that is not available.
Do you see a statement similar to the one following? Look at the part that references a folder location ("c:\users\katiadr\sas") and make sure that folder is on your machine. If not then edit the code to a folder that is on your machine. When you run this statement - it will create an alias (orion) that you can use to access files in that folder without typing out the folder name.
libname orion "c:\users\katiadr\sas";
04-16-2015 10:36 AM
And with the UE you will have to find the data sets and place them in a location subordinate to the myfolders location to assign a library that UE can find.
04-16-2015 11:09 AM
Thanks for the responses. I was disconnected from the server when trying to set-up the library, so it couldn't find it. Once reconnected the code worked.