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William29
Calcite | Level 5

I am trying to run a time series model (exponential smoothing) using the TSmodel procedure.

 

I first imported the data set and then used the forecasting tool which can be found under SAS viya forecasting: Time series Modeling-> Modeling and forecasting. When I run the code I get the following error: 

ERROR: (castide)
ERROR: Action set 'castide' was not loaded due to errors.
ERROR: The action stopped due to errors.
ERROR: Unable to load action set castide.

 

 

I have some screenshots below detailing the error message and my code: 

 

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Any help with how to resolve this error would be much appreciated.

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sbxkoenk
SAS Super FREQ

How to find release and licensing information in SAS Viya?
By Rick Wicklin on The DO Loop February 28, 2022
https://blogs.sas.com/content/iml/2022/02/28/release-license-sas-viya.html

 

Please submit :
===========
cas; /* connect to CAS session */
proc cas;
     getLicensedProductInfo;
quit;
===========

 

... and check the output for terms like "Forecasting" and "Time Series".

 

Do you have any entries?

 

Koen

William29
Calcite | Level 5

I ran that code and I found the following:

 

1110CRSFORECAST Action Set for Simple Forecasts12830Dec2023:00:00:0023374000

 

1055FORECAST Forecasting Procedures030Dec2023:00:00:0023374000

 

What does this mean?

William29
Calcite | Level 5
I ran that code and I found the following:



1110 CRSFORECAST Action Set for Simple Forecasts 128 30Dec2023:00:00:00 23374 0 0 0


1055 FORECAST Forecasting Procedures 0 30Dec2023:00:00:00 23374 0 0 0

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What does this mean?
sbxkoenk
SAS Super FREQ

Not sure.

I would ask SAS Technical Support in your country.
Or contact the SAS account manager dealing with your company.

Koen

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