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hellind
Quartz | Level 8

 

EG 8.3

 

Whenever I run the SAS code it automatically adds the data-set to the project flow. 

How do I set it up to not add it?

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jebjur
SAS Employee

Go to Tools -> Options -> Project and Process Flows, and change the value of 'Maximum number of output data sets to add to the project' to 0. This should prevent any data from appearing in the process flow when running a program. You will see a note in the flow that says 'Data Set Limit Reached' and there isn't a way to remove this note.

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JosvanderVelden
SAS Super FREQ
Have a look at the documentation for Setting Project and Process Flow Options: https://documentation.sas.com/doc/en/egcdc/8.3/egdoccdc/egug/n1vbf8931fo6x2n1v0rizzuuz81u.htm
jebjur
SAS Employee

Go to Tools -> Options -> Project and Process Flows, and change the value of 'Maximum number of output data sets to add to the project' to 0. This should prevent any data from appearing in the process flow when running a program. You will see a note in the flow that says 'Data Set Limit Reached' and there isn't a way to remove this note.

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hellind
Quartz | Level 8

Thanks. I will use this method to limit the number of datasets that show up on my Project.

Seems like this option is local to the user that have set this limit. 

 

If my another colleague run the same script without this Limit the limit is not applicable

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