Hi every one.
I'm trying to access a SQL database via SAS.
My SAS is installed in Linux server and SQL Database in Windows. I try to map the library with this code:
libname teste pcfiles server=&IP. port=&porta. DSN=SQL UID=&USER PWD=&PASS schema=DBST800 database=dbo.dados_gestao_risco;
and doesn't work. I will put here a print of SQL structure. I'm missing something?
Unfortunately i don't have this software. I only have PC File Server, it's useful?
Access to PC Files is useful for accessing some file-types, like MS Access Files, but afaik it is of no use, if you want to process data stored in an MS SQL DB.
I dont't know. But apparently in this online manual (http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/acpcref/63181/HTML/default/viewer.htm#n12tx6b9ilne0kn198...) exist a way to use pcfile to do this connection. See this part below:
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