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Cannot write image to SGPanel.png. Please ensure that proper disk permissions are set.

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Cannot write image to SGPanel.png. Please ensure that proper disk permissions are set.

Good day!

I try to use sgpanel (my SAS version 9.3). When I use procedures like gchart - I have no problem. But when I try to replace g-proc for sg-proc I have this message: Cannot write image to SGPanel.png. Please ensure that proper disk permissions are set.

I can do nothing with permissions , but I don't understand why I haven't this problem with g-proc (maybe I have problem with understanding a difference between Graph and ODS graphics).

Maybe somebody can tell me a workaround for this problem? I'm trying to do something like this on 9.3: http://blogs.sas.com/content/graphicallyspeaking/2013/11/27/is-there-a-car-on-your-radar

Part of my code:



proc sgpanel data=radarPoly sganno=Line;

  panelBy model / columns=4;

  vector x=radAxisX y=radAxisY / xOrigin=0 yOrigin=0 noArrowHeads

  lineAttrs=(color=lightgray);

  scatter x=radAxisX y=radAxisY / markerChar=radAxisLabel;

run;

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Re: Cannot write image to SGPanel.png. Please ensure that proper disk permissions are set.

Posted in reply to reindeers

Hello, try adding the following statement before SGPANEL, but instead of just using "C:", use a location where you have access to write to.


  ods listing gpath = "C:";


Thanks.

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Re: Cannot write image to SGPanel.png. Please ensure that proper disk permissions are set.

Posted in reply to reindeers

Fixed it by reference to special macro variables. And add 'ods _all_ close'.

ods _all_ close;

goptions device=png;

ods HTML STYLE=&_ODSSTYLE. nogtitle nogfootnote body=_WEBOUT(NOTOP NOBOT) path=&_TMPCAT. (url=&_REPLAY.) ;  

  

proc sgpanel data=radarPoly sganno=Line;

  panelBy model / columns=4;                                                              

  vector x=radAxisX y=radAxisY / xOrigin=0 yOrigin=0 noArrowHeads

            lineAttrs=(color=lightgray);

  scatter x=radAxisX y=radAxisY / markerChar=radAxisLabel;

run;

ods HTML close;

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