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ianchondo
Obsidian | Level 7

Can you please point me in the right direction? I am trying to run a file that used to run in 9.3, but now in SAS Studio it tells me the file no longer exists or something like it. What is the new code I need to enter to run the file?

 

Thank you,

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Shmuel
Garnet | Level 18

Plaease post your code and the log with the full exact message you got.

ballardw
Super User

And describe the any other environment changes. For instance was your previous SAS 9.3 a stand-alone version and your SAS Studio is not connecting to a server?

 

If you moved to a server than most code that references things like drives and paths will almost certainly be running as seen by the server. So the server would not find files on your local hard drive, or if the location is a network resource the server may not currently be configured to see the resource with the same description (drive name may be different for instance).

ianchondo
Obsidian | Level 7

Thank you so much for the answers. As if by magic right after posting the question I found the answer. Yes, I had to change the code to call in the right data/file.

 

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