06-09-2012 09:30 AM
This question would be better posted and seen by more stored process folks if you posted it in the Stored Process Forum. If you look at the list of topics, the Stored Process topic is the 7th in the list.
Although the screenshots in these papers are a few versions behind, the conversion information is still relevant.
And here's a very useful blog:
I would highly recommend that you read the stored process documentation and that you search the Stored Process Forum for previous postings on this topic. And, of course, the first thing to do is make sure that your macro code and the underlying code work correctly before being converted to a Stored Process.
The first rule of macro processing is to start with a working SAS program before you introduce macro elements to it. And the first rule of stored processes is to start with a working SAS program before you introduce stored process elements to it.