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Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

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Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

Hi All,

 

Has anyone faced below error with their SAS Clients like SAS - EG and  SAS - ITCW.

 

Error -

 

The procedure entry point ?Free@CCrypt@QAJEP@Z could not be located in the dynamic link library  SASEAM.dll

 

I was able to find the location for the file SASEAM.dll it's located under /SASHOME/SAS Intergration Technologies Wizard/

But could not find solution for the same or any pointers even on the sas support site.

Any help or pointer is appreciated.

 

Thanks!!


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‎10-14-2016 09:42 AM
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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

In SAS Enterprise Guide, select Help->About SAS Enterprise Guide.  Click Configuration Details, then List Details.  You'll get a long report with ALL of the relevant file listing.  Here's mine scrolled to the Integration Technologies section.  Notice how all of the 9.400.x.xxxx files are the same version?  If that's not the case for you, that's a red flag.

 

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Easiest remedy is to uninstall SAS Integration Technologies client and SAS/SECURE for Windows client.  These might not show as separate items under your Programs and Features in Windows -- re-installing SAS Enterprise Guide is sort of the sledgehammer approach, but that could work too.

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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

This sounds like a missing or mismatched install of the SAS Integration Technologies client and SAS/SECURE client for Windows.  You might need to re-install these items from your SAS Software depot.

 

You can download the latest SAS Integration Technologies client from support.sas.com.

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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

Posted in reply to ChrisHemedinger
Thanks Chris for the reply! Could you please help me on how can I verify the version for these clients?

I don't see any option on the SAS ITCW Client.

Thanks for the help!

Anand!
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‎10-14-2016 09:42 AM
Community Manager
Posts: 3,353

Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

In SAS Enterprise Guide, select Help->About SAS Enterprise Guide.  Click Configuration Details, then List Details.  You'll get a long report with ALL of the relevant file listing.  Here's mine scrolled to the Integration Technologies section.  Notice how all of the 9.400.x.xxxx files are the same version?  If that's not the case for you, that's a red flag.

 

int.png

Easiest remedy is to uninstall SAS Integration Technologies client and SAS/SECURE for Windows client.  These might not show as separate items under your Programs and Features in Windows -- re-installing SAS Enterprise Guide is sort of the sledgehammer approach, but that could work too.

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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

Posted in reply to ChrisHemedinger
Thanks for the detailed info on how to get those configuration details, will verify the same and let know.

Thanks
Anand!
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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

Thanks Chris, re-installing SAS EG Client has worked.

Thanks
Anand!
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Re: Issue with SAS EG and SAS Integration Technologies configuration wizard

Posted in reply to ChrisHemedinger

As we all can clearly see, DLL hell is now a solved issue in Windows.

 

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