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alirezaje
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi

The PG1 folder is empty.

I coldnt find the file and got below msg:

ERROR: File PG1.NP_SUMMARY.DATA does not exist.

thank you in previous for your reply.

Bests

Ali

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alirezaje
Fluorite | Level 6

Would you please let me know where is the file?

Then I can put it in the folder.

Thanks

alirezaje
Fluorite | Level 6

I have searched SAS studio for the file also google but I couldn't find it.

I thought that it would be part of downloaded files but it wouldn't.

is it possible to upload it here?

alirezaje
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you for your guidance.This my question echo.

Reeza
Super User

Go back to the set up instructions. There are two programs you need to run that create the data sets. Run those two programs. From the files you downloaded the programs are called: setup.sas and createdata.sas

 

The exact instructions depend on your installation. You MUST follow the steps there to set up your data first. 

 

 

 

 

FreelanceReinh
Jade | Level 19

Hi @alirezaje,

 

You're not the first who missed that dataset. Maybe it's in the same folder where @OmniDIYer found it? See this recent thread. Otherwise, I'd search for the file np_summary.sas7bdat on the computer where it's supposed to be, using the operating system's search tool. Once you've found it, you should be able to apply a similar LIBNAME statement as I suggested in the other thread. 

alirezaje
Fluorite | Level 6

thank you very much.

I am going to follow the set up again.

Reeza
Super User
@alirezaje if this has solved your question, please mark it as solved.
Panagiotis
SAS Employee

Hi @alirezaje,

 

Check out this thread, I believe you were having a similar issue. It contains the setup instructions document and a video if you want to follow it.

 

Please let us know if it helps,

 

Thanks!

 

- Peter

Reeza
Super User

@Panagiotis was there supposed to be a link in your response?

Panagiotis
SAS Employee

There was, thank you. I copied at pasted it from my previous post.

 

@alirezaje, here is the link again. I apologize for that.

 

File storm_summary.sas7bdat not found - Post Solution

 

- Peter

haiyinghe
Calcite | Level 5

Sometimes using the path of your local drive does not work if you are using VM as instructed by the online loearning module. You can hover the mouse over the name of the SAS program you are using to create the table (this is usually in the "data" folder) to see the path and navigate pg1 to the same path.

 

The path i used was "/folder/..../data/.. ", nothing do to with any local drive.

saslearner19819
Calcite | Level 5

I solved this by running setup.sas

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