10-02-2014 12:48 PM
As far as I know, there is not a way to generate code for/from the Report facility in EG. EG takes the SAS Report XML version of the report and manipulates the XML in the Report window to generate a Report laid out in the structure you design.
You could come up with something similar by using the ODS HTMLPANEL destination and/or using ODS LAYOUT with ODS PDF -- but both of those methods involve learning/using code and are highly destination specific.
You can investigate both of those techniques here:
ODS HTMLPANEL: Base SAS: htmlpanel Tagset Controls Paneling
10-02-2014 01:21 PM
So if I wanted to create a PDF of this report is there anyway to do such a thing? Automatically that is, rather than manually going to the export button.
10-03-2014 12:00 AM
Did you look at the ODS LAYOUT paper? Without seeing what the final report looks like, it is nearly impossible to comment. Your report could be as simple as a single table and a single graph next to each other. Or, it could be more complicated. There's no way to know.
Depending on what you want to do, you will have to write code. It might be as simple as exporting your EG project code into a .SAS file and then manually inserting ODS LAYOUT statements in the right places. Or, you might need more ODS knowledge or you might need different report procedures. It is hard to comment without any idea of what, exactly, your final report looks like and what, exactly, your input data looks like and what, exactly your EG generated code looks like (that generates the objects that make up the final report). And since all of those things are a lot to post to the Forums, this might indicate that your needs might be better met by Tech Support, who can look at ALL your data, ALL your code, your FINAL report and help you with an approach.
But, first, you should look at some of the ODS LAYOUT examples to see whether that is even a road you want to go down.
10-07-2014 02:08 PM
If you are using List Report Wizard in SAS Enterprise Guide, code for the task would be on the "Code" Tab. You can copy it, paste in your program, and add ODS statements.