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Loading SAS Dataset in to SAS eMiner environment

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Loading SAS Dataset in to SAS eMiner environment

Hi All,

How to upload SAS dataset  from local machine to SAMPSIO data library in SAS eMiner. 

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_kamal


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Re: Loading SAS Dataset in to SAS eMiner environment

Kamal,


The SAMPSIO library in SAS Enterprise Miner actually consists of several sample library locations and I would not recommend putting your data in any of those.  Instead, you can simply copy the data to a location that is accessible from SAS Enterprise Miner and then click on File --> New --> Library... to define the path to the data location (relative to the server where SAS Enterprise Miner is installed).  Note that you cannot use locally mapped drive letters but must specify the fully qualified path (e.g. //myserver/myfolders/myprojects/mydata) for any drive which is not local to the server doing the work.   You can then define a new data source using the LIBNAME you defined in the wizard launched by requesting to create a new library.    Let me know if you have any trouble.

 

Cordially,
Doug

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Posts: 121

Re: Loading SAS Dataset in to SAS eMiner environment

Kamal,


The SAMPSIO library in SAS Enterprise Miner actually consists of several sample library locations and I would not recommend putting your data in any of those.  Instead, you can simply copy the data to a location that is accessible from SAS Enterprise Miner and then click on File --> New --> Library... to define the path to the data location (relative to the server where SAS Enterprise Miner is installed).  Note that you cannot use locally mapped drive letters but must specify the fully qualified path (e.g. //myserver/myfolders/myprojects/mydata) for any drive which is not local to the server doing the work.   You can then define a new data source using the LIBNAME you defined in the wizard launched by requesting to create a new library.    Let me know if you have any trouble.

 

Cordially,
Doug

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