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Thokozani1
Calcite | Level 5

Encountering the problem "Error: Training code catalog entry, SASHELP.EMTXTEXT.PARSE.SOURCE, does not exist." Please check attached screenshot.


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AndrewMadry
Calcite | Level 5

I came across this post when I encountered the same error message. The issue ended up being to do with the Text Miner component not being installed correctly in my Enterprise Miner. When my Admin reinstalled the Text Miner these errors did not occur.

CraigDeVault
SAS Employee

The typical cause for this error message is that all the SAS Foundation pieces required for SAS Text Miner may not have been installed correctly.

 

The best way to address this issue is to do the following:

Launch the SAS Deployment Wizard (right-click on setup.exe and choose Run as administrator) from within your SAS Software Depot and then take the following selections:

1. Choose the Language to be English (or your appropriate language)
2. Install SAS Software
3. Install SAS Foundation and Related Software
4. On the Choose Products to Install pane:  Clear All, check the boxes for:  
        SAS Enterprise Miner Workstation Configuration
        SAS Text Miner Workstation Configuration
        SAS Foundation

5. On the Choose SAS Foundation Products to Install pane:  ensure that all items are checked.
6. Choose an appropriate SID file.
7. Take all defaults for remaining panes.
8. Once this is done, reattempt the usage of Text Mining nodes within SAS Enterprise Miner

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