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Mirisage
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi EG Forum,

I am using SAS in EG.

I have run a macro which creates 12 months datasets.

Question:

In the middle of running (or after running, I am not too sure when) I have seen a message both in “Project Tree” and “Process Flow” chart indicating “Data set  Limit Reached”.

Could you pls let me know why this messege and how to avoid it.

Thanks

Mirisage

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Quentin
Super User

Link Doc posted is of course correct.

Personally, since I don't like having my process flows filled with datasets, I was very happy when I discovered this option, and recently I have been setting the limit to 0.

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Mirisage
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi Doc@Duke and Quentin,

Thanks very much to both of you.

Regards

Mirisage

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