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Hello everybody,

I run my codes, but the result viewer window shows 'This page cannot be displayed'.

I am using bigdata and running time is killing me.

 

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What is the problem?

How can I fix that?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: This page cannot be displayed.

What ODS destination did you send the result to? Can you show code that generated the output? At least any ODS part if any.

 

That message looks like a broken url.

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Posts: 56

Re: This page cannot be displayed.

I am using several statements which are correct when I am running them separately. Such as:
ODS GRAPHICS for PROC REG;
PROC CONTENTS;
DATA STATEMENT;
PROC SORT;
PROC DATASETS;
PROC GENMOD;
PROC GLM;
PROC FREQ;
PROC MEAN.
Esteemed Advisor
Posts: 6,258

Re: This page cannot be displayed.

Send the ODS HTML output to a file and inspect that once your jobs have run. Maybe you create a file that is too big to be served via HTML or too big to be shown in a SAS result window (client running out of memory, overflow of internal structure).

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Re: This page cannot be displayed.

And please clarify how you run your code

- Enterprise Guide: if yes, with local or remote workspace server

- SAS Studio

- Display Manager; specify operating system and access method (local, X Windows, etc)

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Re: This page cannot be displayed.

Display Manager:
Software Information:
SAS 9.4 TS level 1M3
X64_8PRO platform.
Operating System Information:
Windows Version 6.2.9200 (Windows 10)
Hardware Information:
Video Monitor is 1366*768
Processor is ineIntel pentium(TM) Compatible Processor
Family 6 Model 14 Stepping 5
FPU is present.
Administrator mode.
Thanks in advance.
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