Thanks for the reply !
Since I will be using the teradata schema tables with the tables already on SAS remote server, so I need to run the first statement with RSUBMIT.
As per, mapping the work directory on the remote server using the 2nd statement works,
but I don't know where is the 3rd statement wrong in terms of the connection.
Please check the log for more info.
ERROR: Attempt to connect to server TERA failed.
ERROR: A communication subsystem partner link setup request failure has occurred.
ERROR: Cannot find TCP service 'tera'.
ERROR: Error in the LIBNAME statement.
For the remote connection, that happens at the time of logon, it connects to the remote SAS server & teradata.
After that when I assign the libname statement to connect to the particular schema on the remote server, that is successfully executed and I can access the tables.
This is successful.
Now what I want is, as I can display the Remote work library on the library explorer, using the 2nd statement successfully on the local libraries explorer, I want the same for the teradata library in my project explorer on Local, for which I tried to execute the 3rd statement, but that doesn't work.
I hope the above information helps in understanding the problem.
You have to make sure that it corresponds to the server name that you specified when connecting to the remote SAS server (maybe could you provide me with the connection statement(s) after removing the username and password info from it ?).
Here is an example of connection to a remote SAS server (where the part 'remote=SasHost' should be equal to 'remote=teradata' in your case):