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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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Posted in reply to aminkarimid

Regarding redirecting output to a file: Start studying the ODS. First issue a statement in your code that closes all destinations (http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/odsug/61723/HTML/default/viewer.htm#a002233267.htm), and then open one destination (preferrably HTML) to a file. Use ods html close at the end of your code. You can then review the output file for size & content.

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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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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.
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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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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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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.
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To me it looks like the combined amount of outputs is just too big for the results window. Run a proc options to see the settings pertinent to memory (MEMSIZE et al). How much RAM does your notebook have?

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   SAS (r) Proprietary Software Release 9.4  TS1M3


Host Options:

 ACCESSIBILITY=STANDARD
                   Specifies whether accessibility features are enabled in the Customize Tool dialog
                   box and in some Properties dialog boxes.
 ALIGNSASIOFILES   Aligns SAS files on a page boundary for improved performance.
 ALTLOG=           Specifies the location for a copy of the SAS log when SAS is running in batch mode.
 ALTPRINT=         Specifies the location for a copy of the SAS procedure output when SAS is running
                   in batch mode.
 AUTHPROVIDERDOMAIN=
                   Specifies the authentication provider that is associated with a domain.
 AUTHSERVER=       Specifies the domain server that finds and authenticates secure server logins.
 AWSCONTROL=(SYSTEMMENU MINMAX TITLE)
                   Specifies whether the main SAS window includes a title bar, a system control menu,
                   and minimize and maximize buttons.
 AWSDEF=(0 0 79 79)
                   Specifies the location and dimensions of the main SAS window when SAS initializes.
 AWSMENU           Displays the menu bar in the main SAS window.
 AWSMENUMERGE      Embeds menu items that are specific to Windows in the main menus.
 AWSTITLE=         Specifies the text that appears in the title bar of the main SAS window.
 COMAUX1=          Specifies the first alternate communications access method.
 COMAUX2=          Specifies the second alternate communications access method.
 COMDEF=(BOTTOM CENTER)
                   Specifies the location where the SAS Command window is displayed by default.
 CONFIG=E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\nls\en\sasv9.cfg
                   Specifies the configuration file that is used when initializing or overriding the
                   values of SAS system options.
 NODBCS            Disables double-byte character sets.
 DBCSLANG=NONE     Specifies a double-byte character set language.
 DBCSTYPE=NONE     Specifies the encoding method to use for a double-byte character set.
 ECHO=             Specifies the message to be echoed to the SAS log while initializing SAS.
 EMAILDLG=NATIVE   Specifies whether to use the native e-mail dialog box that is provided by your
                   e-mail application or the e-mail dialog box that is provided by SAS.
 EMAILSYS=MAPI     Specifies the e-mail protocol to use for sending electronic mail.
 ENCODING=WLATIN1  Specifies the default character-set encoding for the SAS session.
 ENHANCEDEDITOR    Invokes the Enhanced Editor when SAS starts.
 FILELOCKWAIT=0    Specifies the number of seconds that SAS will wait for a locked file.
 FILELOCKWAITMAX=600
                   Specifies the number of seconds that SAS waits for a locked file to become
                   available.
 FILTERLIST=       Specifies an alternative set of file filter specifications to use for the Open and
                   Save As dialog boxes.
 FONT=(Sasfont 8)  Specifies a font to use for SAS windows.
 FONTALIAS=        Assigns a Windows font to one of the SAS fonts.
 NOFULLSTIMER      Does not write performance statistics to the SAS log.
 HELPLOC=(            "!SASROOT\core\help"          "!MYSASFILES\classdoc"
"!SASROOT\iml\sasmisc\packages\abovebelow\help"          )
                   Specifies the location of the text and index files for the facility that is used
                   to view the online SAS Help and Documentation.
 HELPREGISTER=     Registers help files to access from the main SAS window Help menu.
 HOSTPRINT         Prints using Windows printing.
 NOICON            Restores the main SAS window.
 JREOPTIONS=(             -DPFS_TEMPLATE=E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\tkjava\sasmisc\qrpfstpt.xml
     -Djava.class.path=E:\SASHome\SASVersionedJarRepository\eclipse\plugins\sas.launcher.jar
-Djava.security.auth.login.config=E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\tkjava\sasmisc\sas.login.config
  -Djava.security.policy=E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\tkjava\sasmisc\sas.policy
-Djava.system.class.loader=com.sas.app.AppClassLoader
-Dlog4j.configuration=file:/E:/SASHome/SASFoundation/9.4/tkjava/sasmisc/sas.log4j.properties
-Dsas.app.class.path=E:\SASHome\SASVersionedJarRepository\eclipse\plugins\tkjava.jar
-Dsas.ext.config=E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\tkjava\sasmisc\sas.java.ext.config
-Dsas.jre.libjvm=E:\SASHome\SASPrivateJavaRuntimeEnvironment\9.4\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll
-Dtkj.app.launch.config=E:\SASHome\SASVersionedJarRepository\picklist          -Xms128m
-Xmx128m           )
                   Specifies the Java Runtime Environment options for SAS.
 LOADMEMSIZE=0     Specifies a suggested amount of memory that is needed for executable programs
                   loaded by SAS.
 LOCALE=EN_US      Specifies a set of attributes in a SAS session that reflect the language, local
                   conventions, and culture for a geographical region.
 LOG=              Specifies a location for the SAS log when SAS is running in batch mode.
 MAXMEMQUERY=0     Specifies the maximum amount of memory that is allocated for procedures.
 MEMBLKSZ=16777216 Specifies the memory block size for Windows memory-based libraries.
 MEMCACHE=0        Specifies to use the memory-based libraries as a SAS file cache.
 NOMEMLIB          Does not process the Work library as a memory-based library.
 MEMMAXSZ=2147483648
                   Specifies the maximum amount of memory to allocate for using memory-based
                   libraries.
 MEMSIZE=2147483648
                   Specifies the limit on the amount of virtual memory that can be used during a SAS
                   session.
 MSG=(            "!SASROOT\core\sasmsg"          "!SASROOT\accelmva\sasmsg"
"!SASROOT\access\sasmsg"          "!SASROOT\af\sasmsg"          "!SASROOT\cmp\sasmsg"
"!SASROOT\graph\sasmsg"          "!SASROOT\inttech\sasmsg"          "!SASROOT\lasreng\sasmsg"
 "!SASROOT\spdsclient\sasmsg"          )
                   Specifies the path to the library that contains SAS messages.
 NOMSGCASE         Specifies that SAS writes notes, warning, and error messages in mixed casing.
 NONLSCOMPATMODE   Encodes data using the SAS session encoding.
 NUMKEYS=12        Specifies the number of available function keys.
 NUMMOUSEKEYS=3    Specifies the number of mouse buttons that SAS displays in the KEYS window.
 NOOPLIST          Does not write SAS system option settings to the SAS log.
 PATH=(             "!SASROOT\core\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\aacomp\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\accelmva\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\access\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\af\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\assist\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\baseui\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\cmp\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\connect\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\creditscrnod\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\dmine\sasexe"
      "!SASROOT\dmscore\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\eis\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\ets\sasexe"
 "!SASROOT\etscomp\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\fsp\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\graph\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\graphcomp\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\hadoopbasics\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\hpdmine\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\hpets\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\hps\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\hpstat\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\hptmine\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\iml\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\inttech\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\lasreng\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\or\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\qc\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\share\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\spdsclient\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\stat\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\statcomp\sasexe"          "!SASROOT\tmine\sasexe"
"!SASROOT\txtancomp\sasexe"           )
                   Specifies one or more search paths for SAS executable files.
 PFKEY=(WIN)       Specifies which set of function keys to designate as the primary set of function
                   keys.
 PRINT=            Specifies a location for SAS output when running in batch mode.
 PRNGETLIST        Recognizes printers that are attached to the system.
 PRTABORTDLGS=BOTH Specifies when to display the Print Abort dialog box.
 NOPRTPERSISTDEFAULT
                   SAS uses the default printer.
 PRTSETFORMS       Include the Use Forms checkbox in the Print Setup dialog box.
 REALMEMSIZE=0     Specifies the amount of real memory SAS can expect to allocate.
 REGISTER=         Adds an application to the Tools menu in the main SAS window.
 RESOURCESLOC=(             "E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\core\resource"           )
                   Specifies a directory location of the files that contain SAS resources.
 RTRACE=NONE       Produces a list of resources that are read or loaded during a SAS session.
 RTRACELOC=        Specifies the pathname of the file to which the list of resources that are read or
                   loaded during a SAS session is written.
 SASCONTROL=(SYSTEMMENU MINMAX)
                   Specifies whether the SAS application windows include system and control menus,
                   and minimize and maximize buttons.
 SASINITIALFOLDER= When SAS starts, changes the working folder and the default folder for the Open
                   and Save As dialog boxes to a specified folder.
 NOSCROLLBARFLASH  Disables mouse and keyboard focus on the scroll bar to eliminate cursor flashing.
 SET=[FT15F001 = 'FT15F001.DAT'] [SASROOT = "E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4"] [SASHOME = "E:\SASHome"]
[SASAUTOS = (                    "!SASROOT\core\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\aacomp\sasmacro"
 "!SASROOT\accelmva\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\assist\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\dmine\sasmacro"
        "!SASROOT\dmscore\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\eis\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\ets\sasmacro"
         "!SASROOT\graph\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\hps\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\iml\sasmacro"
        "!SASROOT\inttech\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\lasreng\sasmacro"
"!SASROOT\or\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\qc\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\share\sasmacro"
"!SASROOT\stat\sasmacro"          "!SASROOT\tmine\sasmacro"          )] [SAMPSIO = (
  "!SASROOT\core\sample"          "!SASROOT\access\sample"          "!SASROOT\accesssample\sample"
      "!SASROOT\connect\sample"          "!SASROOT\dmine\sample"          "!SASROOT\eis\sample"
   "!SASROOT\ets\sample"          "!SASROOT\graph\sample"          "!SASROOT\hps\sample"
"!SASROOT\hpstat\sample"          "!SASROOT\iml\sample"          "!SASROOT\inttech\sample"
"!SASROOT\or\sample"          "!SASROOT\qc\sample"          "!SASROOT\share\sample"
"!SASROOT\stat\sample"          "!SASROOT\tmine\sample"          )] [SAMPsrc=(
"!SASROOT\core\sample"          "!SASROOT\access\sample"          "!SASROOT\accesssample\sample"
    "!SASROOT\connect\sample"          "!SASROOT\dmine\sample"          "!SASROOT\eis\sample"
 "!SASROOT\ets\sample"          "!SASROOT\graph\sample"          "!SASROOT\hps\sample"
"!SASROOT\hpstat\sample"          "!SASROOT\iml\sample"          "!SASROOT\inttech\sample"
"!SASROOT\or\sample"          "!SASROOT\qc\sample"          "!SASROOT\share\sample"
"!SASROOT\stat\sample"          "!SASROOT\tmine\sample"          )] [INSTALL = (
)] [MYSASFILES = "?FOLDERID_Documents\My SAS Files\9.4"] [SASCFG =
"E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\nls\en"] [SAS_NO_RANDOM_ACCESS = "1"] [DTJ_CLASSPATH =
"E:\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\dmine\sasmisc\dtj.jar;E:\SASHome\SASPrivateJavaRuntimeEnvironment\9.4\jr
e\lib\rt.jar"] [SASAML = !SASROOT\share\sasmacro] [EISIMAGE = !SASROOT\eis\sample]
                   Defines a SAS environment variable.
 NOSGIO            Disables the Scatter/Gather I/O feature.
 SLEEPCNTL=NO      Specifies whether SAS prevents Windows from going into sleep mode.
 SLEEPWINDOW       Enables the SLEEP window.
 SORTANOM=         Specifies options for the host sort utility.
 SORTCUT=0         Specifies the data size in number of observations above which SAS uses the host
                   sort instead of the internal SAS sort.
 SORTCUTP=0        Specifies the data size in bytes above which SAS uses the host sort instead of the
                   internal SAS sort.
 SORTDEV=          Specifies the pathname that is used for temporary files that are created by the
                   host sort utility.
 SORTNAME=         Specifies the name of the host sort utility.
 SORTPARM=         Specifies the parameters for the host sort utility.
 SORTPGM=BEST      Specifies whether to use the SAS sort utility or the host sort utility or to let
                   SAS choose the sort utility.
 SPLASH            Displays the splash screen (logo screen) when SAS starts.
 SPLASHLOC=        Specifies the location of the splash screen (logo screen) bitmap that appears when
                   SAS starts.
 SSLCERTISS=       Specifies the name of the issuer of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
 SSLCERTSERIAL=    Specifies the serial number of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
 SSLCERTSUBJ=      Specifies the subject name of the digital certificate that SSL should use.
 STIMEFMT=(NLDATM2. HMS TIMEAMPM KB MEMFULL TSFULL NC)
                   Specifies the format that is used to display the FULLSTIMER and STIMER output for
                   timestamp, memory, CPU and elapsed time statistics.
 STIMER            Writes real and CPU time to the SAS log.
 SYSGUIFONT=       Specifies a font to use for the button text and the descriptive text.
 SYSIN=            Specifies the SAS program to execute in batch.
 SYSPRINT=("Foxit Reader PDF Printer")
                   Specifies a destination printer for printing SAS output.
 TOOLDEF=(TOP RIGHT)
                   Specifies the Toolbox display location.
 NOUPRINTMENUSWITCH
                   Disables the Universal Printing commands on the File menu.
 USERCONFIG        Process .sasv9.cfg and sasv9.cfg configuration files in user's home directory.
 USERICON=         Specifies the pathname of the resource file that is associated with the
                   user-defined icon.
 NOVERBOSE         Does not write start-up system options to the SAS log.
 NOWEBUI           Disables Web enhancements.
 NOWINDOWSMENU     Disables the Window menu in the main window if NOAWSMENUMERGE is specified.
 XCMD              Enables the X command in SAS.
 NOXMIN            Starts the application that is specified in the X command in the default active
                   state.
 XSYNC             Windows commands execute synchronously with SAS.
 XWAIT             The DOS shell closes and returns to SAS after EXIT is entered on the command line.

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My next approaches would be

- try -memsize=max during SAS invocation

- redirect the ods output to a file, and look at that

 

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Would you tell me how can I do that?

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Since you use SAS display manager, which means that you either start SAS from the commandline or from a desktop link, add -memsize max to this commandline.

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Re: This page cannot be displayed.

Posted in reply to aminkarimid

Regarding redirecting output to a file: Start studying the ODS. First issue a statement in your code that closes all destinations (http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/odsug/61723/HTML/default/viewer.htm#a002233267.htm), and then open one destination (preferrably HTML) to a file. Use ods html close at the end of your code. You can then review the output file for size & content.

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