Can you share info about if/when the same type of code did in fact work on the same machine in the past? There is a distinct difference with having a SAS component licensed as compared to having the component installed on a particular machine. You can use PROC SETINIT to identify the installed product(s).
Grace Period: 45 days (ending 14SEP2010).
Warning Period: 45 days (ending 29OCT2010).
System birthday: 14OCT2009.
Operating System: WIN .
Product expiration dates:
---Base Product 31JUL2010
---SAS Enterprise Miner 31JUL2010
---MDDB Server common products 31JUL2010
---SAS Integration Technologies 31JUL2010
---SAS/ACCESS Interface to ORACLE 31JUL2010
---SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 31JUL2010
I susspect that some files were not loaded onto my PC when the software was loaded but I don't know how to verify that.
I just tested it on my laptop, that supposedly should have the same installation that my pc has, and here is works.
Message was edited by: Kfhansen
I figured it out.
It was as I suspected, for some reason not all the access dll's were loaded to my pc.
To solve the problem I copied the /SAS/SAS 9.1/access/sasexe folder from my Laptop to the same location on my PC and now it works.