Help using Base SAS procedures

Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Reply
N/A
Posts: 0

Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

I believe I can run that procedure with BASE SAS 8.0, but now I couldn't run it, it said I don't have license or license expired.
Looks like it's part of SAS/FSP, how can I install it?
Thanks.
Super Contributor
Super Contributor
Posts: 3,174

Re: Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Posted in reply to deleted_user
Suggest using SAS PROC SETINIT to determine definitively what SAS products are installed (not necessarily licensed) with each SAS version on your system.

Scott Barry
SBBWorks, Inc.
N/A
Posts: 0

Re: Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Thanks for the suggestion, I tried the procedure u mentioned, and it looks like I don't have SAS/FSP installed. DO I have to purchase it seperately? I did see a folder of FSP in our server for SAS license though.

Cathy
Super Contributor
Super Contributor
Posts: 3,174

Re: Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Posted in reply to deleted_user
Yes, you should check with your SAS system administrator about the current SAS/FSP license status.

Scott Barry
SBBWorks, Inc.
N/A
Posts: 0

Re: Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Hey Scott,

Can I just check something? I thought proc setinit would tell me what was licenced (not necesarilly installed). Am I mixed up or are you?
Super Contributor
Super Contributor
Posts: 3,174

Re: Is Proc fsedit available in BASE SAS 9.1?

Posted in reply to deleted_user
I am unable to support my observation about PROC SETINIT and "installed" versus "licensed / when to expire" forum post reply. You are likely correct and so I stand corrected. Thanks for the feedback.

Scott Barry
SBBWorks, Inc.
Ask a Question
Discussion stats
  • 5 replies
  • 151 views
  • 0 likes
  • 2 in conversation