07-19-2011 10:40 AM
Running some macro code our company developed internally some years ago that calls upon the MPS Conversion Macro SASMPSXS. Runs fine under WindowsXP but on the Windows7 systems where we've installed SAS it fails with the following error:
WARNING: Apparent invocation of macro SASMPSXS not resolved.
NOTE: Line generated by the invoked macro "OPTIMIZE_V1_81".
ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order.
I checked that Windows7 systems do have SAS/OR installed per:
"SASMPSXS is a SAS macro provided within SAS/OR software. The MPS format resembles the
sparse format of the CONDATA= data set for PROC INTPOINT. The SAS macro SASMPSXS
examines the MPS data and transfers it into a SAS data set while automatically taking into account
how the MPS format differs slightly from PROC INTPOINT’s sparse format."
and all seems fine with the installation:
Grace Period: 45 days (ending 28JAN2012).
Warning Period: 45 days (ending 13MAR2012).
System birthday: 09FEB2011.
Operating System: W32_WKS .
Product expiration dates:
---Base Product 14DEC2011
---OR OPT 14DEC2011
---OR PRS 14DEC2011
---OR IVS 14DEC2011
---OR LSO 14DEC2011
---SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files 14DEC2011
---SAS/ACCESS Interface to OLE DB 14DEC2011
---SAS Stat Studio 14DEC2011
---SAS Workspace Server for Local Access 14DEC2011
Has anyone run across this issue and does anyone know of a fix/workaround?
07-19-2011 05:01 PM
The macro should usually be there if SAS/OR is installed correcly. You should contact tech support following the link "submit a problem report" on the bottom of this page.