I'm working with EG on a UNIX server and the only place I can write files is to the server. I'm attempting to create a spreadsheet with multiple tabs. Below is a sample program I pulled from the SAS site. The program works to a point creating multiple html files in the folder on the server. The program also creates a spreadsheet file but only 1K in size (the html files are each 28K in size).
When I try and open the resulting spreadsheet on my PC excel complains that it can not find the html files (curiously the path is given but it is to a PC folder with the slashes in the wrong direction). Apparently, SAS/EG is not really adding the html files to the spreadsheet but creating a link to them.
Is there a way to force SAS/EG to force it to copy the html into the spreadsheet? Or is there a way to get it to get the path correct?
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