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Kastchei
Pyrite | Level 9

Howdy, SASers,

 

My work has moved from SAS code into EG.  However, each time I run a section of code, the log is first cleared.  Thus, the log from any previous sections of the code submitted are lost.  For example, I'll run lines 1-100 and then check output.  I'll then run lines 101-200, and check output again.  At this point, the log only shows lines 101-200, and not everything from 1-200.  Assuming my program has 2000 lines, by the end, I might have a log that only shows the last 10 lines.

 

Is there any setting to make the log persist when running line-by-line, so that every SAS code that was submitted is shown along with associated notes, warnings, and errors?  Essentially, I want the log to work like it does in SAS.

 

Thanks!

Michael

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21

Not exactly the same than what you're used to from PC SAS but turning on the Project Log will keep all log history.

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The following blog is likely also of interest to you. It's for an older EG version but I believe it still applies. And if you search the internet a bit more there might also be more recent articles for this topic.
Code debugging and program history in SAS Enterprise Guide

 

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