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McDiddles
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi am running a report in SAS Web Report studio and the results do not show as expected. I was hoping to see speedometers. 

The reports run properly in SAS EG and SAS StoredReportStudio.

 

I expected to see my speedometersI expected to see my speedometers

 

 

This is the code underlying the STP:

 

libname brmfind "##################";

 

%let intake_period = 190513;

 

%let hrm_data = brmfind.hrb_intake_data_&intake_period;

%let hrm_scheme =  brmfind.hrb_intake_summary_scheme_&intake_period;

%let hrm_bu = brmfind.hrb_intake_summary_BU_&intake_period;

%let hrm_total= brmfind.hrb_intake_summary_total_&intake_period;

 

 

 

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           hrm_identified into

           :hrm_identified

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           active_rate into

          :active_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           enrollment_rate into

           :enrollment_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           follow_up_rate into

           :follow_up_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           enroll_admit_rate into

           :enroll_admit_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           active_admit_rate into

           :active_admit_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

proc sql noprint;

     select    

           enrol_readmit_rate into

           :enrol_readmit_rate

     from

           &hrm_total;

quit;

 

 

 

 

 

Title  bold bcolor=bib color=aliceblue underlin=2  height=5 "High Risk Beneficiary Intake Summary: Intake period &intake_period ";

title2 italic " HRB Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)";

ods layout gridded COLUMNS=3

  width=50pct;

 

goptions xpixels=210 ypixels=200;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&hrm_identified bounds=(0 50000 100000 150000) / 

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="Number of HRBs identified"

   colors=(green orange red)

   name="plot1"

   description=" The number of individuals that have been identified as HRB and flagged for intervention"

   link='http://####################:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Activity+Monitoring&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=1156887307';

run;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&active_rate bounds=(0 .40 .60 1) /   target=.90

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="HRB Active Membership Rate"

   format="percent8.0"

   name="plot2"

   description="Proportion of identified HRBs that are currently still active members of the respective schemes"

   link='http:/###############:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Induced+GP+Visits+report&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=173244961';

run;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&enrollment_rate bounds=(0 .40 .60 1) /   target=.50

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="HRB Enrollment Rate"

   format="percent8.0"

   name="plot3"

   description="Proportion of identified active HRBs that are enrolled"

   link='http://###############:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Intake+Admission+Rates&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=838175014';

run;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&follow_up_rate bounds=(0 .40 .60 1) /   target=.60

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="HRB Follow-Up Rate"

   format="percent8.0"

   name="plot4"

   description="Proportion of enrolled HRBs that are followed-up"

   link='http://#################:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Intake+Admission+Rates&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=838175014';

run;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&enroll_admit_rate bounds=(0 .40 .60 1) /   target=.30

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="HRB Admit Rate"

   format="percent8.0"

   colors=(green orange red)

   name="plot3"

   description="Proportion of enorlled HRBs that are admitted within the last 6 months"

   link='http://####################:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Intake+Admission+Rates&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=838175014';

run;

ods region;

proc gkpi mode=raised;

   speedometer actual=&enrol_readmit_rate bounds=(0 .40 .60 1) /   target=.10

   lfont=(f="Albany AMT" height=.5cm) label="HRB Readmission Rate"

   format="percent8.0"

   colors=(green orange red)

   name="plot3"

   description="Proportion of enorlled HRBs that had a readmission within the last 6 months"

   link='http://############:7980/SASStoredProcess/do?_program=%2FHIU_Processes%2FBeneficiary+Analytics%2FHigh+Risk+Beneficiary%28HRB%29%2FHRB+Intake+Admission+Rates&_action=update%2Cnewwindow%2Cnobanner&_updatekey=838175014';

run;

 
 
 

 

 

2 REPLIES 2
GraphGuy
Meteorite | Level 14

Do you get any ERRORs or other notes/messages in the SAS log?

McDiddles
Obsidian | Level 7

That SASWebReportStudio.log does have the Warnings belowimage003.png

 

If the images is not clear, please read the contents below: 

at com.sas.apps.citation.model.report.DataProvider.getData(DataProvider.java:430)

        at com.sas.apps.citation.model.report.DataProvider.provideNonBatchData(DataProvider.java:168)

        at com.sas.apps.citation.model.report.ContentProvider$ViewElementProviderTask.run(ContentProvider.java:871)

        at com.sas.apps.citation.util.progress.AsyncCancellableHelper$MyRunnable.run(AsyncCancellableHelper.java:585)

        at com.sas.apps.citation.util.thread.WorkerThread.doCurrentWorkNow(WorkerThread.java:245)

        at com.sas.apps.citation.util.thread.WorkerThread.run(WorkerThread.java:331)

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,090 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot1.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,093 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot2.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,096 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot3.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,099 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot4.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,101 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot31.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,103 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] sas.report.models.SASProcessContainer - Ignoring graph entry type in package: plot32.png

[WRS] WARN  [WRSThreadPool 3] 2020-01-03 09:29:10,121 [ST-16932-7keRNh6cImfXAFtxyVgh-cas:sasadm] view.html.adapters.ImageAdapter - Invalid Image URL: empty_default_image.gif

com.sas.report.render.ReportRenderException: Cannot retrieve original name and type from Image.

        at com.sas.report.render.imagehandling.RomImageCacheKey.<init>(RomImageCacheKey.java:35)

        at com.sas.report.render.imagehandling.DefaultImageCacheFactory.newImageCacheKey(DefaultImageCacheFactory.java:25)

        at com.sas.report.render.util.ImageUtil.registerImage(ImageUtil.java:28)

        at com.sas.

 
 

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