09-20-2016 07:57 PM
LIBNAME and ODS are declarative statements and independent.
You can use them in any order.
Usually I prefer to declare all libnames on start of my program
while ODS I preffer to to code starting the output session.
09-20-2016 08:00 PM - edited 09-20-2016 08:01 PM
Hi -- does the ODS what??? There are a variety of statements:
ODS HTML file=...;
ODS HTML TEXT=...;
ODS RTF file=...;
ODS PDF file= ....;
etc, etc, etc.
Your question title speaks of using ODS HTML text. What code have you tried and how are the results you're getting either satisfactory or unsatisfactory.
Typically, your LIBNAME statement is placed at the TOP of your program when the program starts so that you immediately "plug" SAS into the location of the data. So, theoretically, something like this is a good pattern to follow.
** model statements;
libname mystuff 'C:\class\SAS\ecprg193'; ods html file='c:\temp\myoutput.html' style=htmlblue; ods html text='This is at the top of the table'; proc print data=mystuff.customer(obs=10); run; ods html close;
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