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twincityfang
Calcite | Level 5

I am working on the code of "The little SAS book".  I saved the code in /folders/myfolders/chap3/abc.sas.  When I have a case, I want to copy the previous abc.sas to a new abc2.sas.  I tried to use the save to feature, but the system will messed up.

I also tried to use copy feature, it seems not friendly to use.

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

How did the system "mess up"? Please provide any error message or other description what happened.

"Save As" on the University Edition virtual machine works without problems when done to /folders/myfolders (or a subdirectory thereof).

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satya_majhi
Fluorite | Level 6
Hi , I was also trying to login using the demo password but it not allowing me to save

I have used the

On the Windows desktop in the virtual lab, double-click the SAS Studio 3.8 shortcut.
2. If prompted, log in to SAS Studio
User ID: sasdemo
Password: Student1
3. At the top of the Server Files and Folders pane, click New and select Folder Shortcut.
4. In the Name box, type EPMLR. In the Directory box, browse to D:/Workshop/EPMLR51. Click
Save.
5. Expand Folder Shortcuts and then EPMLR. This folder contains SAS programs and data that you
use for exercises in this course. Double-click setup.sas to open it.
Kurt_Bremser
Super User

How did the system "mess up"? Please provide any error message or other description what happened.

"Save As" on the University Edition virtual machine works without problems when done to /folders/myfolders (or a subdirectory thereof).

twincityfang
Calcite | Level 5
I found out if I created more files (more than 6 files) in my folder, the save button inside the popup stopped working. Now to save the file, I use the copy and rename to save the new files in the SAS University Edition. Copy is working correctly.

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