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m1986MM
Obsidian | Level 7

Hello everyone,

I submitted a statement, but then I tried to stop it. So I used the break icon at the top. After that the Log window has not been updated. I have many files in the work library, so I prefer not to close my SAS.

I appreciate if you could give me any suggestion.

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Reeza
Super User

If your on Windows - right click on work library, find path and copy files over.

Try magic string - google it Smiley Happy

Try closing/reopening log.

Try redirecting log using proc printto.

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Reeza
Super User

If your on Windows - right click on work library, find path and copy files over.

Try magic string - google it Smiley Happy

Try closing/reopening log.

Try redirecting log using proc printto.

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