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tagset tableeditor frozen header issues

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tagset tableeditor frozen header issues

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hi all,

I just got into tabeeditor tagset.

Test in Eguide was succesfull:

ods tagsets.tableeditor file="/my/target/folder/test01.html"
    options(pageheight="300"
            pagewidth="35%"
            frozen_headers="yes"
            frozen_rowheaders="yes"
            );

proc print data=sashelp.class;
run;

ods tagsets.tableeditor close;

Result:

 

SAS Enterprise Guide_2017-01-29_20-01-49.png

 

That's OK. But if I download the file from the unix server to my desktop pc and open it locally:

I EDITED THE IMAGE BECAUSE it showed a horizontal scrollbar because of browser window was narrowed!

No this image shows the issue:

 

SAS Output_2017-01-29_20-32-04.png

 

If I change compatibility, every level has other issues.....:

 

SAS Output_2017-01-29_20-10-56.png

 

IE 8+9:

 

SAS Output_2017-01-29_20-14-09.png

 

IE 10:

SAS Output_2017-01-29_20-17-03.png

 

and finally IE Edge:

 

SAS Output_2017-01-29_20-21-48.png

 

I expected SAS to create the appropriate Javascript, but there is nothing:

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
<!-- 
function startup(){
 remscroll() }
function shutdown(){
}
//-->
</script>
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
<!-- 
var _info = navigator.userAgent
var _ie = (_info.indexOf("MSIE") > 0
          && _info.indexOf("Win") > 0
          && _info.indexOf("Windows 3.1") < 0);
var _ie64 = _info.indexOf("x64") > 0

//-->
</script>

 

The same issue if I have output in a web stored process with file=_webout

What i'm doing wrong?

 

tanks a lot in advance

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Posts: 11,134

Re: tagset tableeditor frozen header issues

I am not clear on what the actual problem is. Is it that there is a scroll bar? That it is too wide? Something else. Please state what the problem is.

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