05-18-2015 06:29 AM
I have recently installed VMware layer for playing SAS University Edition virtual machine, I copied my IP and start browsing. But, I can't start using SAS and a message popped-up ... "The locale in_ID cannot be created. The locale name was invalid" ...
I don't know what's wrong with it... I think I have properly configured everything, I have enabled shared folder. Its shared folder's name is 'SASUniversityEdition' with sub-folder 'myfolders' ... I also keep the black screen of VMware Player opened ...
any solution?? please...
05-18-2015 09:03 PM
Yes sure, I copied the URL from VMware player black-screen and start browsing using it, I clicked on SAS Studio but suddenly an error message popped up .."
"The locale in_ID cannot be created. The locale name was invalid" ....
Could this error related to my Disk Drive?
05-19-2015 03:26 AM
Seems like something can't support the Indonesian in_ID locale. Have you tried another one, like id_ID?
05-19-2015 03:38 AM
I don't know how to configure the in_ID locale, I have checked my System Locale on Control Panel and it was still Indonesia. I changed it to English (United States) and restarted Windows, but nothing has changed, I was still unable to Start SAS Studio.
05-19-2015 08:01 AM
It looks that somewhere during the installation, an invalid locale designation crept in.
There is no language code "in", only "id" for Indonesia.
Could even be that your browser setup contains the invalid locale code.
(ie for firefox, it is general.useragent.locale in about:config)
I guess you will have to work through your whole configuration to find the place where the faulty code is specified.
The id/in confusion is quite widely spread, as can be seen in Bug ID: JDK-6457127 Indonesian Locale does not comply with ISO 639
from the resources I found, it seems to stem from Sun's (and now Oracle's) refusal to comply with the official codes in the Java world.
I'd also open a track with SAS TS.
06-04-2016 10:05 PM
Hi, I have the some problem with you and also Can't start it either using Chrome or Mozilla. But if your OS is windows 10, try to use microsoft Edge, I've tried this and it works out.
12-08-2016 08:20 PM
I also face the same problem, before.. But i try open the http://localhost:10080 from opera web browser, and it's working.. Maybe you can try the same way and enjoy SAS.. (: