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Unable to access folders on c:

Unable to create a library using code and unable to import or export. See the log below.

11 libname tmp "c:\temp";

NOTE: Library TMP does not exist.

12 run;

13 

14 

15 libname tmp "c:/temp";

NOTE: Library TMP does not exist.

16 run;

17 

18 

19 libname tmp "C:\SASUniversityEdition\myfolders\exp";

NOTE: Library TMP does not exist.

20 run;

Thanks.


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‎05-31-2014 03:49 AM
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Re: Unable to access folders on c:

remember the analytics-U is running in a Unix-box not directly on your windows system.
You can see the shared folder in Windows but in SAS you should the Unix naming approach 

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‎05-31-2014 03:49 AM
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Re: Unable to access folders on c:

remember the analytics-U is running in a Unix-box not directly on your windows system.
You can see the shared folder in Windows but in SAS you should the Unix naming approach 

---->-- ja karman --<-----
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Re: Unable to access folders on c:

Thank you for the tip!

Two more questions. Are there any user guides for this version of SAS Studio? What can be the factors affecting speed? Mine is noticeably slower than the desktop version. Network? CPU? Thank you again!

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Re: Unable to access folders on c:

Documentation

There are no dedicated user guides for using SAS with SAS studio. You can use this ones:

SAS 9.4 Programmer's Bookshelf  (base,  stat)
SAS/IML (13.1) I guess this it the version that is included

Base SAS (DS2 ODS etc) The Unix Companion is also there SAS(R) 9.4 Companion for UNIX Environments, Third Edition

That is the part learning - using SAS.

For SAS studio the interface to SAS there are some documents SAS Stat Studio
Easy to select on the product documentation page SAS Product Documentation A-Z Listing, Online Documentation

Speed Performance
The desktop version can use all power of your desktop an I7 8-core 8Gb of memory and direct access to SSD/Dasd. 
This is still not very advanced as a Server can do with clustering (grid) with 32+ core machines having some hundreds or more of internal memory with many Tb's of data. 
Well it is a learning edition configured with 2 cores being virtualized (overhead) in some 2Gb machine.

Speed should be not an issue as it is with commercial use.


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