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dankiser
Calcite | Level 5

Hi all,

 

I'm trying to figure out why ETS is not working on my system, but everything else seems to be working fine.  I am NOT using the University Edition.  When I enter the command:

 

proc setinit noalias; run;

 

I get:

 

Original site validation data

Current version: 9.04.01M3P062415

Site name: 'Board of Regents, NV System of Higher Ed - Admin'.

Site number: 70128586.

Expiration: 30Sep2018.

Grace Period: 45 days (ending 14Nov2018).

Warning Period: 55 days (ending 08Jan2019).

System birthday: 18Sep2017.

Operating System: WX64_WKS.

Product expiration dates:

.

.

.

---SAS/ETS

30SEP2018

.

.

.

 

Also, %sysprod(ETS) returns a 1.  However, I've tried running proc expand, proc timeseries, proc autoreg, and proc forecast, and they all return something like the following message:

 

ERROR: Procedure AUTOREG not found.

 

Does it have something to do with the fact that the software is in the grace/warning period?  But I don't understand why procedures like GENMOD still work fine, and these procedures don't.  

 

Thanks for any solutions or suggestions!

 

 

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Reeza
Super User
Try running this:

proc product_status;run;

This tells you what is installed, not just licensed.

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Reeza
Super User
Try running this:

proc product_status;run;

This tells you what is installed, not just licensed.
dankiser
Calcite | Level 5
Hi Reeza,



Thanks, this was very helpful. Apparently I was working with a hobbled installation. When I ran proc product_status, it returned the base software, SAS/STAT, SAS/ACCESS to various databases and High Performance Suite, but not SAS/ETS or anything else.



Thanks again,



Daniel


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