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gcarterIT
Calcite | Level 5

I've attempted to import various csv files but saving them in different libraries. After each import,  each different file is saved as em_save_TRAIN in the new and different libraries. I then attempt to create a new data source for each of the files in the various libraries. However, each time I create new library for a new csv file import, all my past created data sources point to the new library

 

Any clues?

 

Thanks.

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VDD
Ammonite | Level 13 VDD
Ammonite | Level 13

Please post sample SAS code that you have tried or are using in order for us to fully understand you request.

Also post sample data in the form of a SAS datastep using datalines or cards to input the information and data type.

Thank you.

ballardw
Super User

@gcarterIT wrote:

I've attempted to import various csv files but saving them in different libraries. After each import,  each different file is saved as em_save_TRAIN in the new and different libraries. I then attempt to create a new data source for each of the files in the various libraries. However, each time I create new library for a new csv file import, all my past created data sources point to the new library

 

Any clues?

 

Thanks.


Are you reusing library names with different folders? Then what you have as a result would be expected: The last library definition is the only one active for that library.

 

If that is not the case, then apparently you are not using the library names correctly. Show some code including 1) library definitions 2) proc import (or what ever you do to import the data) and 3) two of the other steps that are creating data in the new library.

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