NOTE: Input library INBIB is sequential.
NOTE: Copying INBIB.test to OUTBIB.test (memtype=DATA).
NOTE: BUFSIZE is not cloned when copying across different engines.
System Option for BUFSIZE was used.
ERROR: The value
var1 is not a valid SAS name.
ERROR: File OUTBIB.test.DATA has not been saved because copy could not be completed.
NOTE: Statements not processed because of errors noted above.
NOTE: PROCEDURE COPY used (Total process time):
real time 0.42 seconds
cpu time 0.03 seconds
NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
When we look at the files with a HEX-editor there are some different characters.
E.g. in the section 'namestr records' SAS 9.1 there is 00 at various positions whereas in the old xpt-files there is a 20 at the same position. The same problem appears with numeric variables in the section 'data records' .
Furthermore it seems that most 0A is replaced by 0D0A in the old xpt-files.
We guess these problems are not resolveable by a global replacement strategy, maybe there exist other solutions, has anyone an idea?