I need an instruction how to save html report from results. All posts i have read didnt helped. If I export then I get html only with table but no graphs in it. If I use:
ods html path = ""
gpath = "" (url="png/")
file = ".html"
filename grafout '';
goptions reset=all device=png
goptions reset=goptions device=png;
ods listing close;
ods html path='' (url=none) file='sastest.html';
ods html body='drug1.htm' newfile=page style=HTMLBlue;
I get nothing but errors.
If you need help with an error, you have to show it. So post the log(s) from your failed steps.
I have a directory servers\SASApp\Files\Validation
I know its impossible to write on local drive (on Windows),
so i decided to write to SAS server instead.
22 GOPTIONS ACCESSIBLE;
23 ods html path = "Files/Validation"
24 gpath = "Files/Validation/png" (url="png/")
25 file = "filename.html"
NOTE: Writing HTML Body file: filename.html
ERROR: Physical file does not exist, /sas/config/Lev1/SASApp/Files/Validation/filename.html.
ERROR: No body file. HTML output will not be created.
What does it mean "does not exist"? Yes, I want sas to create file.
There are two ways to specify a path on any UNIX system:
So if you know there is a directory Files/Validation in the root of the UNIX system, use /Files/Validation to access it.
Further, be aware that UNIX is case sensitive throughout, so you can have Validation and validation in the same place specifying two different objects. Most (all) UNIX admins that I know prefer to only use lowercase letters in path names, for ease of typing and keeping the sort order (since "Z" comes before "a" in the ASCII sequence). Capitals are used for special purposes only (eg a README file that will always show up first in a directory listing)
Your error message means that the path does not exist, you also do not have the necessary permissions to create it, the file could therefore not be created, and when SAS tried to write to it, it did not exist.
When starting your ods output, specify all necessary physical and logical paths:
ods html file=outfile1 path="&outpath./" (url="http://XXX/~%sysget(USER)/&urlpath./") gpath="&outpath./&graphbase./" (url="http://XXX/~%sysget(USER)/&urlpath./&graphbase./") ;
In this example (taken from one of our batchjobs), path and gpath contain the physical file/path names where the files are written, while the url= options name the logical paths that are written into the files when creating the links to sub-pages and graphics. This makes sure that all graphics show up correctly when the main page is accessed by browser.
So imagine we want to create a HTML report called myreport, and the job is run by user itsme on server xxx.com:
%let outpath=$HOME/public_html/myreport; %let graphbase=graphics; %let urlpath=myreport; filename outfile1 "&outpath./myreport.html"; /* ods statement with resolved values */ ods html file="/home/itsme/public_html/myreport/myreport.html" path="/home/itsme/public_html/myreport/" (url="http://xxx.com/~itsme/myreport/") gpath="/home/itsme/public_html/myreport/graphics/" (url="http://xxx.com/~itsme/myreport/graphics/") ;
When you now access http://xxx.com/~itsme/myreport/myreport.html, all graphics will appear nicely, and links to sub-pages (eg from proc report) will also work.
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