06-01-2015 05:53 AM
ERROR: Module SASMSR not found in search paths.
ERROR: Method _getValue(NCCO)N is not defined.
ERROR: This method is not defined for the object class.
Parameters passed to method _GETVALUE:
1 (Numeric Literal) = 0
2 (Character Literal) = 'PRODUCTS\BASE\EFI\GuessingRows'
3 valuType = ''
4 regValues = .
Program returning prematurely at line 820
AF Program: SASHELP.EFI.EFIBATCH.SCL
NOTE: Import Cancelled.
06-02-2015 12:43 AM
Version of SAS is 9 TS Level 00M0 and version of OS is Windows 7 Home Basic. I didn't write any syntax , I was trying to import using the File and Import data option.
06-01-2015 01:54 PM
If you are licensed for SAS/Access Interface to PC File Formats in SAS 8.2 but Access is not installed properly, the PC File Formats filetypes (such as Excel, MSAccess, DBF, and so on) remain available when you try to use the Export and Import wizards. However, if you select these file types, this error message appears: ERROR: Module SASIMODE not found in search paths
06-02-2015 01:36 AM
If you are importing .csv files, the absolutely best way to go is to write a data step that does the import. Does not need any additional modules/licensing.
06-02-2015 02:01 AM
I have written the below code to import using the data step ..its still not working ..
proc import datafile= "C:\Users\admin\Documents\SAS CASE STUDY\SAS Master Case Study-2_Data\Laptops.csv"
The error message I am getting is :-
75 proc print;
ERROR: There is not a default input data set (_LAST_ is _NULL_).
NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
NOTE: PROCEDURE PRINT used (Total process time):
real time 0.00 seconds
cpu time 0.00 seconds.
06-02-2015 08:48 AM
Looks to me that PROC IMPORT does not set the automatic _LAST_ system option, which holds the name of the most recently created dataset.
proc print data=laptops;
And have a look at the complete log. PROC IMPORT will place the DATA step that it automatically creates there, so you have something to start writing your own DATA step. PROC IMPORT is good for a first shot, but a manually written DATA step is the way to go with .csv (or other "flat" files).
06-02-2015 08:54 AM
Thanks for all the answers , I have been able to import all my .csv files into SAS after reinstalling a fresh University version of SAS..now I need help with a Case Study .. is anyone willing to guide me answer the case study questions ..? if yes I can share it via Email or if possible here on the forum as well ..
06-02-2015 04:09 AM
Yes, you are importing a filetype of MS Office and you lack the SAS/Access part. If your file really is CSV, i.e. text delimited by commas -> open in Notepad, then as KurtBremser has said, write a datastep import program - plenty of examples on here.
If it is an Excel file, then SaveAs -> CSV.