# python code heret
I have recently started to use the SAS Jupyter notebook in my university. It works generally well, but I have a problem if I want to do some downloads from rsubmit sessions.
A remote session like this works okay:
%let wrds = wrds.wharton.upenn.edu 4016;options comamid = TCP remote=WRDS; signon username=.....; rsubmit; data c; set crsp.dsf; if _n_ = 2; run; endrsubmit;
and I get a log with no problems:
NOTE: There were 90591326 observations read from the data set CRSP.DSF. NOTE: The data set WORK.C has 1 observations and 20 variables. NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time 4.65 seconds cpu time 4.64 seconds NOTE: Remote submit to WRDS complete.
But if I want to download the file, it seems to be a problem there. The * (see picture below) never goes away, which I think it might mean that it is still working? and it gives me no log at all.
When I check the folders, there is a file created as file c, but it is empty. Is there something that I shoud do to solve the problem? does it have anything to do with Jupyter notebook, or what?
Another point: I am not sure if it matters or not, but I am running the code on a server on my university computers, not my local computer.
Thanks a lot!
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