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Obsidian | Level 7


I have a big problem with floating point overflow on sas 9.4 1M1 X64_8Home.

A few days ago, I moved from the sas 9.2 2Mo W32_VSPRO on sas 9.4 1M1 X64_8Home and when using proc neural I get an error floating point overflow.

The situation is so strange that the same program running on sas 9.2 2Mo W32_VSPRO on the same data does not appear this error.

For me it's so strange that sas corp allows himself to such errors.

I read all the posts about this problem on the forum but outside the installation fixa (for sas 9.4 doesn't have) have not found a specific than what I could use in my case.

Very very please help to repair this error.

Thank you for your help.



Somebody in the SAS Data Mining  community might have encountered the same problem. Try posting there.



Barite | Level 11

Hi Makset,
I have a big project that calls proc neural a bunch of times and I never encountered this error.

Please contact tech support ASAP using this form: Contact SAS Institute Technical Support.

If you want me to look at it, shoot me a message at Miguel M Maldonado at sas dot com.




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