07-14-2016 01:42 PM
We have 2 people each using their own workstation machine. Eerily, the following works on one of person's workstation, but not on the other person's workstation:
define style styles.notsominimal;
style Table / cellpadding = 3;
For the person for which it does not work (on their own workstation), the resulting error is:
NOTE: Writing HTML Body file: sashtml.htm
ERROR: Template 'Styles.Notsominimal' was unable to write to template store!
For the other person for which it does work (on their own workstation), the notes are:
NOTE: Overwriting existing template/link: Styles.Notsominimal
NOTE: STYLE 'Styles.Notsominimal' has been saved to: SASUSER.TEMPLAT
The status of the SASUSER.TEMPLAT is UPDATE.
What could be causing this to work on one person's workstation but not the other's?
07-14-2016 01:53 PM
07-14-2016 02:13 PM
The ODS PATH for the "non-working" person looks ok:
Current ODS PATH list is:
I assume it's ok for the "working" person as well. They both have SAS locally-installed on their workstations. Could this have something to do with their user profiles?
I'll try your suggestion...
07-14-2016 02:23 PM
Does the "non-working" user have the RSASUSER option in a config file? Is the "non-working" user's SASUSER directory write-protected?
07-20-2016 09:07 PM - edited 07-20-2016 09:08 PM
Hi Tim and Cynthia,
Sorry for the long delay. When I visited the user I asked them to try it again, and it worked without error. They could not explain why and neither could I. I checked RSASUSER in the config file and it looked ok. I also checked to see if they were able to write to the directory that the SASUSER.TEMPLAT library is mapped to, and they are were.
The fact that the issue "resolved itself" is not very satisfying from a technical standpoint, and I suspect it may arise again.
I'll keep posting updates if the issue resurfaces.