04-14-2015 11:09 AM
I am unable to open a dataset (.sas7bdat) file that was uploaded into SAS Studio. Get the error message "file_temp1kgb.data does not exist". My objective is to use the dataset in SAS Enterprise Miner On Demand edition.
04-15-2015 02:11 AM
SAS/UE or a "real" SAS installation? Local or client/server?
How did you transfer the .sas7bdat to the SAS environment?
Where (physical path) did you put it?
From which library did you try to read the dataset, and how is the libname statement for that library written?
Which piece of code or which action in SAS Studio that tried to access the dataset failed (show the log, if possible)?
04-15-2015 09:37 PM
It seems to me that there may be something wrong with your LIBNAME statement, but since you did not show your LIBNAME for the File_TEMP3 library, it is hard to comment. If you right click on the my_content folder in the folder tree and select Properties, si the location shown there the same location as what you coded in your LIBNAME statement? That is where I would start looking.
04-16-2015 05:23 PM
I did not write any code. I am trying to upload the dataset into SAS Studio to use in Enterprise Miner on demand edition.
The dataset was taken from Chap 3. Link: http://support.sas.com/publishing/bbu/zip/66220.zip
12-05-2015 05:25 PM
Hi, I have the same problem, I upload sas files into SAS STUDIO, then I creat library. In the library I can see names of datasets that were uploaded. But when I try to open it the error message occurs: The dataset LIBRARY.DATASET.DATA does not exist.
Do you know how to solve this problem?
01-24-2016 09:32 AM
I am also experiencing the same issue. i uploaded 2 datasets in SAS studio this morning to be used in SAS enterprise miner on demand. One opens correctly and display the data even without any libname statement, however, the other doesn't show but but display that "file_temp2.credit.data does not exit". This data comes from the practice exams for predictive modeling using Sas Entrepresise miner. Due to this im unable to access the data in SAS e miner even when i create a libname in SAS e miner. I would be glad if you can assist me to solve this since i need to practice this test for my SAS predictive modeling test in February.
i have also attached a screen shot of my error.
04-12-2017 02:11 PM
I see that several peers have had the same problem as me. I am trying to work on the "SAS OnDemand for Academics" and uploaded a rather big SAS data file (*.sas7bdat). Despite assigning the library name and everything, I am unable to access the data file, though it got uploaded just fine. The same error message as noted by those above is thrown everytime I try accessing this datafile. The *.sas7bdat file work just fine on SAS UE however. Any help would be appreciated. And yes, I am quite a noob in regards to programming and so may not understand what right now seems to be jargon.