You have to open the FRAME= file in order to see the CONTENTS= and the FILE= output in the same HTML FRAMESET page. Are you saying that when you open the FRAME= file, you only see the FREQ and MEANS output??? Or are you saying that when you open the FILE= file, you only see the FREQ and MEANS output????
What do you see when you go to IE and open the HTML_FRAME.html file????
You can open the CONTENTS= file separately, and you will ONLY see the CONTENTS. It is the FRAME= file that contains the HTML FRAMESET tags that defines how all 3 files should be used together. (In the SAS Results Window, you do not automatically open the FRAME= file -- you have to find that file and open it in order to see the whole frame navigation structure.)
Also, I'm not clear on why you posted this question in the SAS/GRAPH and ODS Graphics forum -- there doesn't seem to be any graphic output generated in your program. (If you were using SAS/GRAPH, then you might need to also use PATH= and/or GPATH= options -- but that doesn't seem to be an issue in your case.)
Glad you found the files. The description of THIS forum is pretty straightforward: SAS/GRAPH and ODS Graphics
Welcome to the forum on graphics. The purpose of this forum is to discuss the visual representation of data using SAS/GRAPH and ODS Graphics. Use this forum to share your questions, suggestions, experiences and pains relating to graphics.